Document recommends cultivation of 'feminine values'

Allen Jr., John L.
August 2004
National Catholic Reporter;8/13/2004, Vol. 40 Issue 36, p5
Reports on a Vatican document rejecting systems of thought that, in its view, blur differences between men and women, and regard women as adversaries of men. Warning that a related tendency to see gender as culturally constructed has generated a model of polymorphous sexuality; Confirmation of the male-only character of the Roman Catholic priesthood.


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