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“If our quest for institutional parity prevents us from standing in the crowd alongside the woman who touched Jesus’ garment to be made well, then no number of women clergy or bishops will ever make us whole.” -Jennings
Dr. Lukens’ appointment as Associate Dean marks the first time a woman has been appointed to a leadership position in The Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, and in particular at St. George’s College.
Photo from conference by Kristin Murphy, Deseret News KSL of Salt Lake City, Utah, reported on the Inaugural Women’s Assembly at Parliament of the World’s
As part of their 2015 festival, Aspen Ideas is running talks and articles by women in leadership roles. Pamela Reeves, an advisor to the Bill
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