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In depth perspectives tying feminism (real) with Catholicism Oct 29, 1998
Although primarily Catholic in content, it is rich in basic Christian theology. An excellent read for one who questions equality issues facing the "90's" woman. A practicing, faithful Catholic or Christian woman may see limits on the role of women in the church. The essays are richly developed in this area . One section of the book deals with current psychology and provides some comparison on issues such as psychological development (Jung) and highlights a concept that "women's spiritual experience" is not represented in historical tradition. Each essay is well footnoted. This is not light reading and there are no interpretive commentaries for someone just beginning to research their spirituality. This should definitely be on every spiritual woman's bookshelf as a resource. I am glad it is on mine.