Mary E. Hunt is a feminist theologian who is co-founder and co-director of the Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER) in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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Commentary

Catholic progress in extremis

Commentary: It has taken a global pandemic to signal that the Roman Catholic Church hasn't a prayer of returning to many of its outmoded practices.

Book Review

Schenk's biography of Mercy Sr. Theresa Kane a detailed account of visionary's path

Review: You can tell a book by its cover. The luminous picture of Theresa Kane on the cover of this one portrays a beautiful woman of calm, confidence, vision and joy. She is a Catholic feminist with a powerful claim on the hearts and imaginations of all who want the Roman Catholic Church to be a community of sacrament and solidarity, equality and mutuality.

Book Review

Rich portrait of a social change agent in biography of Grail leader Anne Hope

Book review: Stephanie Kilroe's book on Anne Hope presents a portrait of an international Catholic woman leader, a welcome addition to the literature of contemporary Catholic women who represent the best of a flawed tradition, combining sacrament and solidarity.

Book Review

Feminist theologians bring wisdom to fiction

Book Review: Some of today's best feminist theologians are writing fiction. I do not refer to their erudite, critical analyses of texts and concepts as novels. Rather, I alert readers to their new excursus into literature. I wondered aloud why they have embraced this genre. So, I asked them.

Book Review

On sex, Bible has something for everyone