Here is the book that tells what it is like to be female and Catholic in the twenty-first century. In this collection of twenty-three short essays, Phyllis Zagano, a well-respected author and speaker on women in society and in the Church, gives a no-holds-barred description of the experience of Catholic women that will be both illuminating and challenging to women, men, and the hierarchy alike. In the process she tells stories that are poignant, humorous, infuriating, and sometimes sad.
Phyllis Zagano has been named to a new papal commission to review the possibility of ordaining women deacons in the Catholic Church. Dr. Zagano’s 115-page book offers twenty-three essays that give a no-holds-barred description of the experience of Catholic women throughout the world that is both illuminating and challenging. In the process, she tells stories that are poignant, humorous, infuriating, and sometimes sad.
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