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Margaret O'Brien Steinfels recounts her story as a woman in a high role in the workplace and the Catholic sphere. She highlights the supposed desire of American Catholics for a women's revolution in many aspects of Catholic life and the Church's response to such stances and voices. Peter Steinfels argues for an emergence and prominence in liberal Catholicism as a heroic stance to take amid the pains of the Church and of the world.
Marianists, Feminism, Feminist theology, Liberalism (Religion), Marianist Award
US. CATH BX 1770.S83 2008
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Steinfels, Margaret O'Brien, "My Life as a "Woman": Editing the World; and, Liberal Catholicism Reexamined" (2003). Marianist Award Lectures. 5.