We are very proud to share the news that CWS member Christine Schenk has written a book detailing archaeological evidence for influential early Christian women, which will be released for sale on 15th December 2017. 'Crispina and Her Sisiters' explores visual imagery found on burial artefacts of prominent early Christian women.
The following statement was issued by the Catholic Women Speak Network on 26th September 2017: Rebecca Bratten Weiss is a member of Catholic Women Speak (CWS) – an international network of nearly 900 Catholic women committed to defending women’s right to speak and be heard inside as well as outside
We are delighted that 11 members of Catholic Women Speak are among the contributors to this exciting new book edited by Cindy Wooden and Joshua J. McElwee: A Pope Francis Lexicon is a collection of over fifty essays by an impressive set of insightful contributors from around the globe, each writing
Catholic Women Speak are very sorry to learn that one of our active and supportive members, Ginny Kiernan Dahlberg, has died after a short illness. We send our prayers and condolences to Ginny's husband John and all her family. You can read Ginny's obituary here
Many congratulations to CWS member and feminist theologian Zuzanna Radzik, who has been nominated along with two others as Person of the Year in the Church category by Poland’s largest liberal daily newspaper, Gazeta Wyborcza. Zuzanna has been nominated along with two priests, with whom she works closely
On 8th April, forty five members of Catholic Women Speak met at the University of Roehampton in London on a glorious spring day to explore ways of developing the network, particularly through local and regional groups. The day included short talks by a number of women associated with the group, guest