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Mary of Magdala Celebrations Lift Up Women Preachers

Women have been called to interpret and proclaim the word of God in every age.

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Learning the Pitfalls of Complementarity in the Catholic Church

At the November Call To Action meeting, FutureChurch’s Deborah Rose-Milavec gave a presentation on the history and effect of complementarity in the Catholic Church to several hundred CTA participants

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Louise Akers, SC, to Receive 2017 Trivison Award

Louise Akers, SC, has a wide, gracious smile for most everyone she meets, but she is no pushover.

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