Teresa Forcades, the revolutionary Catalan feminist theologian, says: “We are all different!”

That women of all times have left an unmistakable and indelible mark on history beyond recognition in their returns, is beyond any doubt, and today, increasingly, the feminine is emerging in the international cultural scene. It’s the case for Teresa Forcades, a feminist theologian among the most original and trendy of the Catholic world in talking about burning issues such as the role of women, divorce, abortion, and homosexuality which she addresses from a theological point of view. A Benedictine nun from Catalonia, she has been out of the cloister for a year, with Vatican dispensation, to also...
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The shameful harassment of Nadia Shoufani and the impotence of Catholic institutions

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Sam Keen and Tom Groome ; Almost 40 years and still powerful influence

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Homily to Catalonia: the nun entering Spain’s regional politics Sister Teresa Forcades hopes to change a ‘sick society’ by leading a leftwing movement that could bring together parties as diverse as Podemos and the Catalan republican left

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As Archbishop Hunthausen Turns 95, Remembering Him as a Precursor to Pope Francis…One of the greats…

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