EWA’s First E-Book Now in Amazon.com

Selected papers from EWA's 6th conference in 2013 are now available as a Kindle e-book in Amazon (amazon.com). The selection on liberating power includes papers on clergy sexual abuse (based on the author's own experience of pursuing a personal complaint against such abuse), the theology of wandering women (on women and migration), whether Jesus' healing … Continue reading EWA’s First E-Book Now in Amazon.com

“Liberating Power: Asian Feminist Theological Perspectives”, Note from the Editors

The story of Ecclesia of Women in Asia (EWA) begins in a conference organized by the Asian Federation of Catholic BishopsConference (AFCBC). Greatly outnumbered by men, the four women theologians present wondered among themselves, “Where are the women theologians? Are there more women in Asia who are doing theology that is culled from women’s experiences?” … Continue reading “Liberating Power: Asian Feminist Theological Perspectives”, Note from the Editors

Composing a space: A reflection on the Visitation (Lk 1: 39-56)

The Visitation speaks to me about the mutual inner significance and delight of Mary and Elizabeth in meeting each other. I could imagine that they are close together not only physically but also spiritually. When Mary arrives, their eyes look at each other so that they can see the great things God has done in … Continue reading Composing a space: A reflection on the Visitation (Lk 1: 39-56)

EWA 8 Foodscapes: Gastronomy, Theologies and Spiritualities,   Catholic Asian Feminist Theological Orientation

CALL FOR PAPERS/PARTICIPANTS 8th Biennial Conference Venue: Vietnam Date: January 18-21, 2018 WHO WE ARE Ecclesia of Women in Asia (EWA) is an academic forum of Catholic women theologians in Asia.  EWA encourages and assists Catholic women in Asia to engage in research, reflection, and writing from a feminist perspective. It invites women towards doing theology that: … Continue reading EWA 8 Foodscapes: Gastronomy, Theologies and Spiritualities,   Catholic Asian Feminist Theological Orientation

EPIPHANY

by Julia Ong (first posted January 2014) Was it not when the reputation of the honourable Joseph was most vulnerable that his response to God was most just?   Was it not when Mary's virginity was evidently questionable that she was most true?   Was it not when the Holy Family had left home, found … Continue reading EPIPHANY