Tag Archives: Hildegard of Bingen

Media: Retrieving Women’s Voices in the Christian Theological Tradition: Four Doctors of the Church, by Elizabeth A. Dreyer

Because of a new publication by SSCS member Elizabeth Dreyer, a new category has been added to this blog: Media. Available in DVD, CD, and MP3 formats, Dreyer’s Retrieving Women’s Voices in the Christian Theological Tradition uses video and audio recordings to communicate information … Continue reading

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Book: Accidental Theologians: Four Women Who Shaped Christianity, by Elizabeth A. Dreyer

Elizabeth Dreyer’s new book offers an introduction to four of the most important women theologians and spiritual teachers in the Christian tradition. Its publisher, Franciscan Media, offers the following summary: One might well be tempted to think that the history of … Continue reading

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Article: St. Hildegard, Doctor of the Church, and the Fate of Feminist Theology, by Barbara Newman

This article appears in the latest issue of Spiritus (Spring 2013) on pages 36-55;  Here is an excerpt: “To honor Hildegard’s long-deferred elevation [to sainthood], I here examine two intertwined aspects of her reception. First, I highlight the achievements of her twentieth- … Continue reading

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