Tag: Women In Theology
Features explore ḥūḏrā of the Assyrian Church of the East, Carthusian stole practice as a potential model for women in the diaconate, the funerary rituals of E II R, and much more!
My current research investigates developments in sacramental theology and practice with an emphasis on the practices of women… obviously a daunting task. Roman Catholic women worldwide have as many different experiences and visions of sacramental life as there are individual women; 2 X chromosomes simply do not suffice to establish globally shared “women’s experiences.”
Just to alert our readers to a number of excellent, thought-provoking, cross-blog considerations relevant to liturgical music and of interest to at least some Pray Tell readership. . .