Take and Read: Eliot's captivating novel -- and an esteemed critic's sexism -- honed my feminist perspective.
Calling himself "a bit feminist," Pope Francis praised women religious for always heading to the "front lines" to bring the church's tenderness and motherly love to those most in need.
Faith and Justice: First strike: He is male. Any man who thinks he has something to say about women to women needs his head examined.
Women Against Feminism, a social media campaign that invites women to explain why they don't need feminism, is about as bleak as it sounds.
At the Intersection: A Sister of Charity of Nazareth, Sr. Lucy Freibert, is just one role model for how faith informs feminism.
Simply Spirit: If standing up for basic human rights for women makes me a “radical feminist” then I am proud to plead “guilty as charged.”
On Valentine’s Day weekend, FutureChurch will hold a free teleconference titled, “Moving beyond patriarchy.”
From Where I Stand: Without the input of women, humanity sees with only one eye, hears with one ear and thinks with only one half of the human mind.