- Jun 19, 2021
Seven women who “applied” for ecclesial jobs traditionally open to men last month have since become icons for the different faces of the Catholic “feminist” movement, illustrating that there is no singular vision for how to achieve the more welcoming and inclusive Church they envision.
Catholic universities in Latin America concluded a two-week online course that studied the role of women and feminism through the lens of the social doctrine of the Catholic Church.
Freelance writer and speaker Sue Ellen Browder’s new book ‘Sex and the Catholic Feminist’ says pro-life women should embrace the ‘F-word.’
Kate Bryan is the person behind the “1 Girl Revolution” podcast. The podcast is built around the theme that ‘Every woman has a story. Every woman has a voice. Every woman has the power to change the world through her life. Every woman is a 1 Girl Revolution.’ She spoke to Charles Camosy.
Monday, there were violent protests that included bare-chested women throwing Molotov cocktails at a Catholic church and City Hall in the city of Trelew, located some 700 miles south of Buenos Aires.
MT Dávila is assistant professor of Christian ethics at Andover Newton Theological Seminary in Newton, Massachusetts, and a member of the New Pro-Life Movement.
Cessilye Smith is a prominent New Wave feminist and pro-life activist. She says she knows many pro-life activists are doing amazing work. “But when the public eye sees the pro-life movement fighting to end abortion without looking at the root, then you will always get the side eye from the black community,” Smith says.
On Sunday in Pope Francis’s native Argentina, feminists favoring legal abortion and the recognition of prostitution as a legitimate trade staged what they called a “boob protest” against a Catholic cathedral in the northern city of Resistencia, tossing a Molotov cocktail at the church as well as stones, bottles and fake used tampons. They also called out the pope by name, chanting, “Bergoglio, look, those who abort are a majority.”