The Last Twelve Months
When the occasion suits us, we invite specific women to write guest posts on topics related to current events and relevant theological conversations. These posts deeply enrich the content of WIT.
- An Historian’s Reaction to Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization
- Mary, The Autonomous
- Ontological Difference: A Poem
- Reclaiming Our Tradition
- Sustaining Miracles: Blessing What is Already Here
- A Perspective of Christianity on Civil Disobedience: A Study of Hong Kong’s Occupy Central and the Umbrella Movement
- “Dancing for Our Lives”: An Eco-Somatic Theology for Climate Crisis
- Celebrating Mary this Christmas
- On the Occasion of my Child’s Baptism; Or, On the Importance of Women’s and LGBTQ Persons’ Ordination
- Catholic Teaching Changes: Women in the Workplace
Round tables allow multiple authors on WIT to write posts that constitute part of a larger conversation with each other. These conversations highlight not only the similarities but also the diversity of viewpoints represented on WIT.
- “Two Strikes”: Why I Write for “Women in Theology”
- Why I write for WIT: clarifying my call
- Why I Write for WIT: Exist / Resist
- Why I Write For WIT: Release
- Why I Write for WIT : making up my mind
- Why I Write for WIT: Contributing from My Means
- Why I Write for WIT: Making space.
- Why I Write for WIT: Theology as Ministry
- Why I write for WIT: Collaborative Public Theology Matters
- Why I Write for WIT: Room to Breathe