Where can we find her?
Searching for women's identity in the new church
Edited by Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt
Paulist Press, 1991.
Republished on our website with the necessary
|Part 1 Searching For Women's Identity in Scripture|
|Partners in the Mystery of Creation||Dianne Bergant||11|
|"She Spent All She Had.....But Only
Paying the Price of Paternalism
|Agent or Icon: Scriptural Images and the Anthropology of Women||Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt||37|
|Part II Searching for Women's Identity in Society|
|Let the Women Speak (No permission to publish online)||Barbara Moran||57|
|Voices Speak Out of Fertile Silence||Elizabeth McMillan||68|
|Patriachy: A Global Reality||Dolores Greeley||80|
|The Receptive Partner||Marilyn J. Gustin||92|
|Part III Searching for Women's Identity in the Church|
|How Shall Our Church Teach||Maryanne Stevens||103|
|Recovering a History of
American Sisters in the Nineteeth Centenery
|Women Deaconesses: Historical and Contemporary Explorations||Ann Marie Caron||132|
|Part lV Future Directions|
|Future Directions: Continuing the Conversation||Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt||155|
|List of Contributors||164|
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