When Women Become Priests: The Catholic Women's Ordination Debate
Columbia University Press, 2000 M04 25 - 320 pages
In an analysis that deftly unites feminist criticism, psychoanalysis, and Catholic theology, Kelley Raab explores the symbolic implications of women at the altar, providing rich insight into issues of gender, symbolism, and power.
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