Seven distinguished Catholic theologians address the topic "Women and the Shaping of Catholicism" from the following perspectives:
"Hearing Women's Voices"
Richard W. Miller, PhD, Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology Creighton University
"Women in the New Testament"
Susan A. Calef, PhD, Assistant Professor of Theology and Director of Graduate Studies in Theology Creighton University
"Women in the Early Church"
A Portrait Gallery William Harmless, SJ, PhD, Professor of Theology Creighton University
"Women of the Middle Ages"
Gary Macy, PhD, The John Nobili, SJ, Professor of Theology Santa Clara University
"Women of the Catholic Reformation and Early Modern Period"
Eileen C. Burke-Sullivan, STD, Assistant Professor of Theology Director of the Master of Arts in Ministry Program Creighton University
"Catholic Women in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries"
Robert Ellsberg, Publisher and Editor in Chief Orbis Books
"Which Mary, Which Woman, Which Church?"
Mary Ann Zimmer, ND, PhD, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Marywood University.
Presented at the Sixth Annual Conference on the Catholic Church in the 21st Century in Kansas City on June 14, 2008, and sponsored by the University of St. Mary of Leavenworth, Kansas, and Rockhurst University of Kansas City, Missouri, these lectures are timely and relevant for all Catholics.
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