Women of Faith: A Conference on Participation and Leadership
Women of Faith: A Conference on Participation and Leadership

Women serve as diocesan chancellors, seminary faculty, Catholic school superintendents, diocesan directors of liturgy and worship, pastoral planners, catechetical leaders and in many other areas of leadership. Yet, despite a trend toward the inclusion of women in leadership positions, there is abundant evidence of the church culture that is far from welcoming of the gifts and talents of women. Only 16 percent of today’s Vatican employees, professional and clerical, are female, for example. These conference proceedings include the viewpoints of women of the highest responsibilities as church employees sharing their experience and wisdom on the work ahead to build a church that lives what it believes about the dignity and equality of all of its members.

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2005
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69
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FADICA Women of Faith: A Conference on Participation and Leadership

Table of Contents

Welcome

Introduction

The Congregation on Doctrine's Letter on the Collaboration of Men and Women: A Starting Point for Dialogue?

    Oscar Cardinal Rodriguez Maradiaga

    Respondent: M. Cathleen Kaveny, University of Notre Dame

Women in the Church, A Look at Contemporary Challenges

    Clergy/Laity Relationships
    Charmaine Williams, Diocese of Forth Worth

    Exercising Leadership: Canonical Dimensions
    Sharon Euart, RMS, Canon Law Society of America

    Mentoring Toward Leadership
    Judith Dwyer, St. Xavier University

    How Family Friendly is the Church?
    Deborah A. Organ, St. Paul Seminary

    Drawing Younger Women to Leadership and Service
    Carol Fowler, Archdiocese of Chicago

Toward a Caring Church: The Distinctive Contributions of Women of Faith

    Catholic Higher Education
    Carol Ann Mooney, Saint Mary's College

    Spirituality and Theology
    Elizabeth A. Dreyer, Fairfield University

    Philanthropy
    Kerry A. Robinson, Raskob Foundation

Reflections on the Work of the National Review Board and the Participation and Leadership of Laity in the Life of the Church

    Justice Anne M. Burke, National Review Board

Homily Before the Members of FADICA on the Feast of St. Timothy

    Oscar Cardinal Rodriguez Maradiaga

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