Books and Contributions to Books:
1999 The Last Supper According to Martha and Mary of Bethany (Tunbridge Wells: Burns & Oates).
1999 Global Sisterhood or Wicked Stepsisters: Why Arent Girls with God Mothers Invited to the Ball? in Deborah Sawyer and Diane Collier (eds.), From Isolation to Integration: New Directions in Gender and Religion (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).
1997 Carnal Love and Spiritual Imagination: Can Luce Irigaray and John Paul II Come Together? in Jon Davies and Gerard Loughlin (eds.), Sex These Days: Essays on Theology, Sexuality and Society (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press), 160-83.
1996 Sexuality and the Resurrection of the Body: Reflections in a Hall of Mirrors in Gavin DCosta (ed.), Resurrection Reconsidered (Oxford: Oneworld Publications), 135-49.
1995 Rediscovering Mary: Insights from the Gospels (Tunbridge Wells: Burns & Oates, New York: Ligouri Publications; Sydney: HarperCollins, 1995). Third place, Gender Issues Award, Catholic Press Association.
- The Magnificat of the Redeemed Woman in New Blackfriars Vol. 80, No. 944, October 1999: 443-450.
- A Womans Letter to the Pope in Priests & People, Vol. 13, No. 1, January 1999: 19-23.
- Woman Full and Overflowing with Grace: the Virgin Mary and the Contemporary Church in The Way Supplement: Where Now? Women s Spirituality after the Ecumenical Decade, 1998/93: 54-65.
- A Man and Three Women - Hans, Adrienne, Mary and Luce in New Blackfriars, Vol. 79, No. 924, February 1998: 97-105.
- A Discipleship of Love: Mary of Bethany and the Ministry of Women in The Month, May 1997: 171-75.
- Mary, the Virgin Priest? in The Month, December 1996: 485-93.
- The Challenge of Catholic Preaching Today in Priests & People, Vol. 9, No. 4, April 1995: 141-44.
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