qIn the 2004 Madeleva Lecture, Mary Ann Hinsdale uses the lens of her own life experience to tell the story of how visionary and prophetic women set in motion the important institutional structures that have allowed women to shape Catholic theology in North America over the past fifty years. She pays particular attention to issues and problems facing women theologians in the Catholic Church today, such as the implications of the changing demographics of women theologians; women's impact on the qtheological establishmentq; the reception of feminism and feminist theology by the hierarchy; and the unmet intercultural challenges posed by those qon the margins, q as well as women theologians' response to them. Coming at the beginning of a new papacy, Hinsdale's compelling narrative is especially timely for a consideration of the future of women in the Catholic Church.q--BOOK JACKET.The flexibility and individually tailored nature of the TSTa#39;s doctoral program, the ecumenical consortium of four Protestant and three Catholic theological faculties all located on the main campus of the University of Toronto, convinced me thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Women Shaping Theology|
|Author||:||Mary Ann Hinsdale|
|Publisher||:||Paulist Press - 2006|