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Title What's left? : liberal American Catholics / edited by Mary Jo Weaver.
Imprint Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [1999]

Subject Catholic Church -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Church history -- 20th century.
Alt Name Weaver, Mary Jo.
Description xvi, 294 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Catholic women theologians of the left / Susan A. Ross -- Women-church: an American Catholic feminist movement / Rosemary Radford Ruether -- Abandoning suspicion: the Catholic left and sexuality / Gene Burns -- Resisting traditional Catholic sexual teaching: pro-choice advocacy and homosexual support groups / Mary Jo Weaver -- Academic theology: why we are not what we were / Mary An Hinsdale and John Boyle -- Progressive approaches to ministry / Bernard J. Cooke -- Call to action: engine of lay ministry / Bernard J. Cooke -- Worship in the spirit: a renewed vision of liturgy and spirituality / Anne E. Patrick, Bernard J. Cooke, and Diana L. Hays -- A ministry of justice: the 25-year pilgrimage of the National Assembly of Religious Women / Anne E. Patrick -- Catholicism in the United States and the problem of diversity: the view from history / John T. McGreevey -- Strategies on the left: Catholics and race / Gary Riebe-Estrella -- Representation and the reconstruction of power: the rise of PADRES and Las hermanas / Timothy M. Matovina -- The Black Catholic Congress Movement: a progressive aspect of African-American Catholicism / Diana L. Hayes -- What happened to the Catholic left? / Daivid J. O'Brien.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0253335795 (cloth : alk. paper)
0253213320 (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC # 41156548
Table of Contents
 Preface: Punctuating What's Left 
 Introduction / Mary Jo Weaver1
IFeminist Theology and Practice 
 1Catholic Women Theologians of the Left / Susan A. Ross19
 2Women-Church: An American Catholic Feminist Movement / Rosemary Radford Ruether46
IIPersonal Sexual Morality 
 3Abandoning Suspicion: The Catholic Left and Sexuality / Gene Burns67
 4Resisting Traditional Catholic Sexual Teaching: Pro-Choice Advocacy and Homosexual Support Groups / Mary Jo Weaver88
IIIAcademic Theology 
 5Academic Theology: Why We Are Not What We Were / Mary Ann Hinsdale, John Boyle111
IVLiturgy, Ministry, and Spirituality 
 6Progressive Approaches to Ministry / Bernard J. Cooke135
 7Call to Action: Engine of Lay Ministry / Bernard J. Cooke147
 8Worship in the Spirit: A Renewed Vision of Liturgy and Spirituality / Anne E. Patrick, Bernard J. Cooke, Diana L. Hayes155
 9A Ministry of Justice: The 25-Year Pilgrimage of the National Assembly of Religious Women / Anne E. Patrick176
VRace and Ethnicity 
 10Catholicism in the United States and the Problem of Diversity: The View from History / John T. McGreevy191
 11Strategies on the Left: Catholics and Race / Gary Riebe-Estrella205
 12Representation and the Reconstruction of Power: The Rise of PADRES and Las Hermanas / Timothy M. Matovina220
 13The Black Catholic Congress Movement: A Progressive Aspect of African-American Catholicism / Diana L. Hayes238
VIPublic Catholicism 
 14What Happened to the Catholic Left? / David J. O'Brien255