September 2011
Catholic Theological Society of America Proceedings;2011, Vol. 66, p67
Conference Proceeding
The article presents a speech by Mary Ann Hinsdale of Boston College, delivered at the sixty-sixth annual convention of the Catholic Theological Society of America (CTSA), held in San Jose, California on June 9-12, 2011, in which she discussed the exegesis of Mary Magdalene in the Bible, the place of women in the Catholic Church as disciples, prophets, and apostles, and the ecclesiological provocations to recover a Magdalene function.


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