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The Catholic Church and Women: Some Historical Perspectives

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When the Dogma Lives Loudly

When the Dogma Lives Loudly

When Sen. Dianne Feinstein grilled federal circuit court nominee—and now Supreme Court nominee—Amy Coney Barrett three years ago, she fretted that “the dogma lives loudly within you. And that’s of concern.” Given the senator’s obvious prejudices, she should indeed be concerned. Ms. Barrett’s life story

Women in the Medieval Church: The Christian History Timeline

Women in the Medieval Church: The Christian History Timeline

Women in the Medieval Church 450–523: Brigid of Ireland founds Ireland’s first nunnery and spreads Christianity there. 475-545: Clotilde, Queen of the Franks, converts her husband, King Clovis, who lays the foundation of the French nation 500–547: Theodora I, co-empress of Byzantine Empire, helps bring moral reform 518–587: Radegunde, Queen