Niamh Middleton Blog
What We Can Learn From The Cologne Incident: Political Feminism Is Vindicated, and Religion is Highly Relevant to Culture
‘ The mass sexual assaults in Cologne by North African migrants have elicited criticisms of the relatively muted reactionRead more.
2015 in review
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cableRead more.
It’s Not as Bad as You Think: Women in Catholicism
Source: It’s Not as Bad as You Think: Women in CatholicismRead more.
Non-Religious Women in the Church: In my last post I mentioned that, as a feminist theologian, I often find myself
However, female theologians from the secular sphere face their own particular challenges, and these challenges are both new and uniqueRead more.
The X Factor Pope
When I read in the New York Times that Rolling Stone magazine had premiered a pop/rock track from an albumRead more.
The Confederate Flag and the Fight to End Racism
If you don’t understand the interconnections between all forms of prejudice, if you don’t understand what ‘white privilege’ means, youRead more.
Marriage Equality, Pope Francis and Mary McAleese
The resounding ‘yes’ to marriage equality that resulted from Ireland’s referendum on the subject has provoked a great deal ofRead more.
The Surrogacy Red Herring: Referendum on Marriage Equality
She Needs Her Mother For Life, Not Just For Nine Months Why is the the ‘No’ side in the marriageRead more.
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