Erika Bachiochi



Average rating: 4.3 · 64 ratings · 15 reviews · 5 distinct works
Women Sex and Church

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The Cost of Choice: Women E...

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“Woman’s] unique contact with the new human being developing within her gives rise to an attitude toward human beings, not only toward her own child, but every human being, which profoundly marks the woman’s personality.” … Women first learn and then teach others that human relations are authentic if they are open to accepting the other person: a person who is recognized and loved because of the dignity which comes from being a person and not from other considerations, such as usefulness, strength, intelligence, beauty, or health.20”
Erika Bachiochi, Women, Sex and the Church: A Case for Catholic Teaching



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