How can we shepherd each other to fullness of life?
Sister Christine Schenk, CSJ reflects on the Women of Holy Week
FutureChurch brings the voices and perspectives of women and progressive Catholics to online opportunities for worship and prayer during this time of distancing, isolation, and quarantine
The promise of a global movement for women's equality in the Catholic Church.
Ask your pastor or community leader to read the entire Gospel passage for February 2, 2020.
We were privileged to create a space for honest sharing, for lifting up women’s voices, and for creating community among this group of strangers.
The project’s reception and reach has exceeded even the wildest dreams of the steering committee.
Following in the footsteps of the Apostle to the Apostles, a growing chorus is making their voices heard.
Women religious from around the world had a chance to tell their stories of struggle and hope at the October 4 Voices of Faith Event.
Solenni reasons that women are often better at preaching than priests, but “no matter how wonderful or how terrible” the priest who is in persona Christi with a soul “indelibly marked” and is given priority of place “by virtue of his ordination, not his moral character.”
Women have been called to interpret and proclaim the word of God in every age.