Volume 36 to 40

Volume 36 Themes in Feminist Theology for the New Millennium III

a. Cynthia Crysdale, “Risk Versus Control: Grounding a Feminist Ethic for the New Millennium”
b. Joan M. Nuth, “Relieving the Pressure of Dumbness: Restoring Women’s Voices to Theology”
c. Elisabeth Koenig, “Spirituality and Leadership: Women’s Authority During Times of Crisis, Past, Present, and Future”
d. Jill Raitt, “Globalization and Christian Feminism: God’s Embrace of the World”
e. Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite, “Lysistrata Had It Right: Christian Feminism Confronts War in the New Millennium”

Volume 37 Themes in Feminist Theology for the New Millennium IV

a. Rosemarie Tong, “Feminist Thought in Transition: Never a Dull Moment”
b. Alice L. Laffey, “Feminist Biblical Studies as a Discipline and the Responsibilities of a Catholic Feminist Biblical Scholar”
c. Ellen M. Leonard, “Feminist Voices in Theology”
d. Maura A. Ryan, “Feminism and Bioethics in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Difference”
e. Linda C. Copel, “Confronting Violence Against Women: Community and Faith Based Strategies”

Volume 38 The Church & Human Freedom: Forty Years after Gaudium et spes

a. Christopher M. Bellitto, “Church History Today: Comforting the Afflicted, Afflicting the Comfortable” (available in PDF)
b. Loya, Joseph A Response to Christopher Bellitto (available in PDF)
c. Avery Cardinal Dulles, “The Mission of the Church in Gaudium et spes” (available in PDF)
d. Francis Schüssler Fiorenza, “Gaudium et spes and Human Rights: The Challenge of a Cosmopolitan World” (available in PDF)
e. Ladislas Orsy, S.J., “Law for Freedom: Structures and Norms in the Church Forty Years after the Council” (available in PDF)
f. Leslie Woodcock Tentler, “Drifting Toward Irrelevance? The Laity, Sexual Ethics, and the Future of the Church” (available in PDF)
g. McGuinness, Margaret A Response to Leslie Tentler (available in PDF)
h. Jeanette Rodriguez, “Voz Profética/Voz Compasiva: The Latino/a Catholic’s Contribution to the Church” (available in PDF)

Volume 39 Discipleship and the City

a. James Alison, “Discipleship and the Shape of Belonging” (available in PDF)
b. Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore, “Discipleship and Families” (available in PDF)
c. Allen Verhey, “Discipleship and Health Care” (available in PDF)
d. Diana L. Hayes, “We Who Believe in Freedom” (available in PDF)

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Downloads Available

* Bellitto.pdf
Christopher M. Bellitto, “Church History Today: Comforting the Afflicted, Afflicting the Comfortable”
* Loya.pdf
Loya, Joseph A Response to Christopher Bellitto
* Dulles.pdf
Avery Cardinal Dulles, “The Mission of the Church in Gaudium et spes”
* Fiorenza.pdf
Francis Schüssler Fiorenza, “Gaudium et spes and Human Rights: The Challenge of a Cosmopolitan World”
* Orsy.pdf
Ladislas Orsy, S.J., “Law for Freedom: Structures and Norms in the Church Forty Years after the Council”
* Woodcock.pdf
Leslie Woodcock Tentler, “Drifting Toward Irrelevance? The Laity, Sexual Ethics, and the Future of the Church”
* McGuinness.pdf
McGuinness, Margaret A Response to Leslie Tentler
* Rodriguez.pdf
Jeanette Rodriguez, “Voz Profética/Voz Compasiva: The Latino/a Catholic’s Contribution to the Church”
* Alison.pdf
James Alison, “Discipleship and the Shape of Belonging”
* Miller-McLemore.pdf
Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore, “Discipleship and Families”
* Verhey.pdf
Allen Verhey, “Discipleship and Health Care”
* Hayes.pdf
Diana L. Hayes, “We Who Believe in Freedom”