Monthly Archives: January 2016

Women Writers Reading: Teresa LaBella reads Luanne Rice

Society can be cruel to women. Many cultures force a woman to choose between motherhood and her own dreams. It’s a myth, that one can ‘have it all.’ With these words of elder wisdom, Helen Oakes urges Susannah Connolly to … Continue reading

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Feminist Reads: Catholic Women Speak

Women, as the editors observe in the introduction to Catholic Women Speak, have been an active and vital part of Catholic tradition since Elizabeth first acknowledged the child in Mary’s womb (xxix). We know that the early Christian church survived … Continue reading

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