Enemy WithinArticle by Kathleen Howley about the radical feminist movement and their incursion into the Church, sometimes even using Church property to meet to denounce the hierarchy and participate in pagan rituals. (from Catholic World Report)
FeminismDale O'Leary shows the roots of the feminist movement are marxist and proposes a solution for genuine harmony between the sexes.
Feminism and the Family: An Indissoluble Marriageby Mary Ann Glendon. This article is an overview of many of the problems facing women and the modern family today as well as a critique of modern feminism, outlining how feminism needs to change in order to be more responsive to the needs of women.
From Woman to Feminismby Fr Joseph M de Torre. Both modern feminism"s light and shadow sides are examined, as Father de Torre traces the evolution of the movement from its roots in the 17th century to the present day.
Gender & the U.Nby Dale O'Leary. The Platform for Action for the U.N. 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing is based on assumptions about the nature of feminity; these assumptions are based on a radical feminist ideology which is not shared by most of the world's women.
Gender BendersJean Guilfoyle warns of the agenda of feminists who are attending the U.N. Conference in Beijing in September.
Gender Gap in the Church?Fr Jay Scott Newman reflects on the growing thirst for sound doctrine in the Church and among younger priests.
God and the Sexesby Evelyn Birge Vitz. It seems safe to assume that, since God foresaw how he was going to assign power relations on earth, he designed his creatures to find satisfaction in this arrangement. (from Crisis, September 1995)
Letter to a Young Girlby Dr Alice von Hildebrand. Alice von Hildebrand speaks tenderly and intimately to a fictional young girl about the great dignity and specialness of being chosen by God to be a woman.
Rosemary Radford Ruether UnmaskedReuther is recognized in some circles as a 'feminist theologian.' However the theology she represents is rooted in false principles contrary to any semblance of Catholic doctrine.