To Speak the Truth In Love Online Book Study

To Speak the Truth in Love: A Biography of Theresa Kane RSM

A three-part series from FutureChurch featuring Sr. Christine Schenk CSJ (author) and Sr. Theresa Kane RSM

Tuesdays May 19th, May 26th, and June 2nd at 8pm EDT

Join FutureChurch, Sr. Christine Schenk, CSJ and Sr. Theresa Kane, RSM from the comfort and safety of your own home for this unique opportunity to read Sr. Christine's new book, To Speak the Truth in Love: A Biography of Theresa Kane RSM, together! Each session will be filled with additional insights and commentary from Sr. Christine and from Sr. Theresa Kane herself and will offer a Q&A. These sessions will be hosted via ZOOM and will allow you to join by video on your computer or mobile devices. Please register to receive the links and information about joining via email. 




*** Please note that each session begins at 8:00 pm EST**

May 19, 2020 – Pope John Paul II meets Sister Theresa Kane: Who is this Person?
Sr. Theresa Kane’s historic 1979 encounter with Pope John Paul II requesting full inclusion of women in all the ministries of the church galvanized the women’s movement in the Catholic Church.  What led up to this moment?  What changed because of Theresa’s prophetic act?

May 26, 2020 -- Innovative Provincial: The Perils of Prophetic Leadership
After Vatican II, Theresa and the Sisters of Mercy of the Union experienced immense changes in their ministries and lifestyle. Because Theresa would not desist from speaking her Sisters’ truth about the full equality and moral agency of women, the Vatican tried to remove her from office. But she persisted with a deep and persevering faith.

June 2, 2020 -- The Significance of Theresa Kane’s Leadership Yesterday and Today                  
In 2009, the Vatican announced dual wide -ranging investigations of US sisters, described at the time as “probably the largest investigation in church history.” Pope Francis ended both investigations favorably for the sisters. After nearly 50 years of opposition, the Vatican publicly affirmed contemporary expressions of religious life first inaugurated by Theresa and her contemporaries. What lessons does this 50-year saga hold for the People of God today?

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