Discovering the Feminine Genius: Every Woman's Journey

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"Tucked away in the recesses of every woman's heart is a longing for more. 'Am I only a mother? Only a wife? Only a teacher or nurse? If I'm not only these things, then who am I?'" (From the Introduction)

Explore the unique, creative abilities of women, and their distinctive call to make a gift of self. Drawing from John Paul II's theology of the body, and her own life experiences, Katrina Zeno shares her insights into the human and spiritual journey of women.

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Overview

"Tucked away in the recesses of every woman's heart is a longing for more. 'Am I only a mother? Only a wife? Only a teacher or nurse? If I'm not only these things, then who am I?'" (From the Introduction)

Explore the unique, creative abilities of women, and their distinctive call to make a gift of self. Drawing from John Paul II's theology of the body, and her own life experiences, Katrina Zeno shares her insights into the human and spiritual journey of women.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780819818843
  • Publisher: Pauline Books & Media
  • Publication date: 1/28/2010
  • Pages: 166
  • Sales rank: 420,190
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Chapter 1 First a Daughter, Then a Bride 5

Chapter 2 Why Male and Female? 19

Chapter 3 The Feminine Genius 33

Chapter 4 Sin and the Spousal Meaning of the Body 47

Chapter 5 Weaving a Tapestry of Life 69

Chapter 6 The Spouse of the Spirit 89

Chapter 7 What About the Men? 119

Chapter 8 Women Priests: Why Not? 143

Chapter 9 Women in the Third Millennium 153

Notes 161

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  • Posted June 11, 2010

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    Beautiful Approach to Teachings of Theology of the Body

    This book is very similar to Zeno's earlier title, Every Woman's Journey. Zeno once again approaches John Paul II's Theology of the Body and makes it applicable to those of us without the time or gray matter to dig into it endlessly. It's written in a way that made me think "group study" and "easy to read." (Whenever I try to share Theology of the Body with people, the, ahem, sheer size of it often makes their eyes glaze a bit.)

    There's nothing inspiring glazed eyes or boredom in this book, and it will be one that I will not only share with many others, but that I'll come back to, time and again.

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