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Marinella Perroni, Alberto Melloni, Serena Noceti (Eds.)

Donne e Concilio Vaticano II

ISBN 978-3-643-90245-0
Band-Nr. 12
Jahr 2012
Seiten 392
Bindung broschiert
Reihe Christianity and History.

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This study is dedicated to the analysis of the participation of the women
auditors in the Council assembly and of some figures of great
ecclesiastical importance who acted as transmission channels for petitions
emerging from the Council. In addition, in-depth questions are analyzed:
the issues within the counciliar debates and the final documents can be
regarded as the first attempts to reflect on themes that are important to
the lives of women. On the basis of this double perspective Vatican II
appears to have served as a real dividing line for all that which concerns
the Church’s recognition of the presence and role of women.

Marinella Perroni is a New Testament professor at Athenaeum of St.
Anselm (Rome) and a founding member and president of the Association of
Italian Women Theologians.

Alberto Melloni is professor of History of Christianity at the
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and the Italian editor of The
History of Vatican II. He is Secretary of the
John XXIII Foundation for Religious Studies.

Serena Noceti is professor of Systematic Theology (Florence),
Ecclesiology and Gender Studies Theology and vice-president of the
Italian Theological Association.