We honor the legacy of Sr. Carmel McEnroy and recognize her importance for our work today.
Schenk argues convincingly in this historical analysis that many women in the early centuries of Church history were viewed by their contemporaries as “persons of authority with significant religious influence.
In determining the AUSCP priorities for the next year, the assembly voted to keep women’s equality high on the list.
During our Feeding Five Thousand Campaign FutureChurch willl produce high quality posters of "St. Mary of Magdala Proclaims the Resurrection" by artist Margaret Beaudette, S.C., and send them to five thousand Catholic schools, universities, and seminaries.
28 pilgrims set to excavate the evidence of women's authority in the early church, reap the rewards of ground-breaking research by Sr. Chris.
Women have been called to interpret and proclaim the word of God in every age.
Crispina and Her Sisters: Women and Authority in the Early Church will be published by Fortress Press in the Fall of 2017.
In this anthology of essays drawn from previously published—but relatively inaccessible to the non-specialist reader—Sandra Schneiders addresses the most critical problem of the Christian believer: how to imagine Jesus as personally alive and present to us
When Pope Francis agreed to “constitute an official commission” to study the question of women deacons, FutureChurch had already laid the groundwork for this unforeseen opportunity.
FutureChurch celebrates the first Feast of St. Mary of Magdala building on the theme of "a Church for Our Daughters."
Voices of Faith envisions a church and a world that fully recognizes and embraces the gifts, talents and leadership of women.