The feminine question is today one of the most relevant challenges for the Christian Churches, for the different religions and for society in general. In fact, even in democratic countries, legal equality for women is still far from translating into genuine social, professional, cultural, familiar and religious equality. The focus of this project is the role of religion in this situation and the question whether religious belief is an obstacle or emancipation factor for women. Our main objective will be to construct 'virtuous' modalities in order to address this issue in view of a more open and fruitful dialogue between the subjects involved.
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CITER organized the international panel Women’s Diaconate. An open issue, with Phyllis Zagano and Bernard Pottier sj
On 10.04.2019, the coordinators of the research project "Womens and Religions", Luísa Almendra and Teresa Bartolomei, organized an international panel entitled Women’s Diaconate. An open issue with Phyllis Zagano and Bernard Pottier, sj, Members of the Papal Study Commission on the Women’s Diaconate. The panel was moderated by Luísa Almendra and António Marujo, and followed by the presentation of the Portuguese traduction (Paulinas Press) of Gary Macy, William T.Ditewig, Phyllis Zagano, Women Deacons: Past, Present, Future (Paulist Press 2012). Both events have attracted a great deal of media interest.
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