Navigating New Terrain: Work and Women's Spiritual Lives

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Navigating New Terrain: Work and Women's Spiritual Lives explores the spiritual implications of women's increasing work-force participation from 1940 to the present, wedding careful historical and sociological research with constructive theological exploration. Work is one of the most important religious questions of our time, and yet little has been written in a theological vein about women's changing work roles. Nor have religious leaders adequately addressed the complexity of women's work - and its ...
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Overview

Navigating New Terrain: Work and Women's Spiritual Lives explores the spiritual implications of women's increasing work-force participation from 1940 to the present, wedding careful historical and sociological research with constructive theological exploration. Work is one of the most important religious questions of our time, and yet little has been written in a theological vein about women's changing work roles. Nor have religious leaders adequately addressed the complexity of women's work - and its implications for spirituality, religious participation, justice, women's self-understandings, and the family.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780809141487
  • Publisher: Paulist Press
  • Publication date: 5/28/2003
  • Pages: 230
  • Product dimensions: 5.99 (w) x 8.94 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction 1
1 Rosie the Riveter and Ideals of Womanhood: Women, Work, and the Church from 1940 to 1962 25
2 Debating Women's Place: Careers, Controversies, and the Time Crunch, 1963 to the Present 55
3 Friedan and the Fiat: Theological Reflections on Vocation, Identity, and Discernment 80
4 Sanctifying Time: Liturgical Perspectives on Work, Seasons, and Fragmentation 111
5 Models of Holiness for Women Workers: Defining Sanctity 135
6 Pastoral Ways Forward: Spiritual Formation for a New Context 162
Notes 185
Selected Bibliography 215
Index 223
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