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|Description:||216 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Religious Life in the United States: Toward a New Demographic Definition --
Navigating the Contemporary Religious Landscape: Discerning Distinctions with a Difference --
Priest and Prophet: Tensions in the Theories and Practices of Religious Life --
Generations and Their Cultures: Challenges and Possibilities --
Identity: Distinguishing Elements --
Prayer, Spirituality, and the Vows: The Common Core --
Community and Ministry: Balancing Life and Work --
Conclusion: Inviting the Future.
|Responsibility:||Mary Johnson, S.N.D. de N., Patricia Wittberg, S.C., and Mary L. Gautier.|
Over the years, I've read and heard a lot of consternation, prognostication, and simplifications about Catholic sisters. But, alas, I have not come across much empirically astute and theoretically
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