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Book excerpt: Toni Morrison recognized that her many accolades wouldn't prevent critics and scholars from dismissing her seventh novel, Paradise, "about this unimportant intellectual topic, which is religion."
At the Intersection: The absence of feminine images of God makes it easier to default to women as unclean or sinful.
The discussion on women's participation in church structures may have been the first such public conversation to take place at the center of the Catholic hierarchy.
Just Catholic: You don’t have to speak Italian to understand the Vatican's recent "Women's Cultures" events, but it could help. (It was all in Italian.)