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Reinterpreting the Eucharist : explorations in feminist theology and ethics / edited by Anne Elvey, Carol Hogan, Kim Power and Claire Renkin.

Contributor(s): Elvey, Anne F [editor.] | Hogan, Carol [editor.] | Power, Kim [editor.] | Renkin, Claire (Claire Frances) [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Gender, theology, and spirituality: Publisher: London : Routledge, 2014Copyright date: ©2013Description: xvii, 217 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781845537715; 9781138110656; 1845537718; 1138110655.Subject(s): Lord's Supper -- Catholic Church | Women in the Catholic Church | Feminist theologySummary: "The Eucharist continues to be central to contemporary Christian religious tradition and to be the focus for a wide range of assumptons and disputes. Chief amongst these disputes is the role of women in the theology and the ritual of the Eucharist. Reinterpreting the Eucharist brings together a diverse range of voices, each using their own marginalised experience to explore other ways of engaging with the Eucharist, including indigenous culture, medieval and contemporary art, social history and environmental ethics..."--Publisher description.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"The Eucharist continues to be central to contemporary Christian religious tradition and to be the focus for a wide range of assumptons and disputes. Chief amongst these disputes is the role of women in the theology and the ritual of the Eucharist. Reinterpreting the Eucharist brings together a diverse range of voices, each using their own marginalised experience to explore other ways of engaging with the Eucharist, including indigenous culture, medieval and contemporary art, social history and environmental ethics..."--Publisher description.

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