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The Editors | 03.12.08

Life

Recovering a Sense of Women’s Dignity

Helen Alvare,Mercatornet [Read the Article]

"During the late 20th century feminists had a golden opportunity -- not easily recreated -- to address women's needs in the world. As the decades passed, it became clear these women were too easily derailed by the "dream of power," too disdainful of God to reach ordinary folk, too fearful of acknowledging common sense, and too willing even to harm the vulnerable, notably through abortion. As a result, their organized influence waned tremendously. The longing for women's equality and dignity lives on, but more in the hearts of individual women than in a larger group likely more capable of demanding some of the structural changes women need."

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TOPICS:    dignity | feminism | john paul ii | women
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