|Title:||Generous Lives: American Catholic Women Today|
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|Publisher:||William Morrow & Co; 1st edition (August 1, 1992)|
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American Catholic Women Today. Published October 1993 by Liguori Publications. Catholic women, Women in the Catholic Church, Biography, Protected DAISY, In library.
I'm the author of two books, Generous Lives: American Catholic Women Today (1992) and When in Doubt, Sing: Prayer in Daily Life (1999) and of more than 100 articles. I'm a theologian with strong ecumenical and feminist interests and commitments. I work as a professor of religious studies and women's studies (and periodically, environmental studies) at Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina. My byline as a book author and journalist is Jane Redmont. Welcome back! We're still here and beginning to post again, in word and image.
Generous Lives: American Catholic Women Today. Similar Authors To Jane Redmont. Luke Timothy Johnson. Publisher: Liguori Publications.
Jane R's blog since 2007: words and images on matters spiritual, socio-economic, theological, cultural, feline, and more. Wednesday, February 6, 2008. The American Civil War was the bloodiest war that the world had known up to that time. This war has often been considered the precursor to modern warfare, with its trenches and tremendous death tolls. The Civil War was a harbinger of modern war in other disturbing ways as well. I'm the author of two books, Generous Lives: American Catholic Women Today (1992) and When in Doubt, Sing: Prayer in Daily Life (1999) and of more than 100 articles. New York: William Morrow, 1992. Horizons Cambridge University Press 03-8557 1. 6.
When I interviewed American Catholic women from diverse backgrounds for my book, more than half said they wished for an end to mandatory celibacy for Catholic priests. They viewed sexuality as more than sexual activity, in the context of relationships and their quality of intimacy. A happily married professional and mother of three said: "How can a priest relate to the agonies people are going through with divorce, love affairs, abortion, when he has no experience of strong relationships? It's almost inhuman.
Catholic women who regularly attended Mass were the most likely to report that, outside of Mass, they prayed every day (81 percent). But more than half (57 percent) of those who attended Mass less than weekly but more than once a month also prayed daily. A little over a third (35 percent) of those who attended Mass a few times a year or more rarely also prayed daily. When millennials who attended Mass regularly were compared with regular Mass-going Catholic women of preceding generations, the gaps narrowed but were still noticeable. Among Catholic women who rarely attended Mass, millennials were the most likely of the generations to have no daily prayer practices.