Deeper Joy: Lay Women and Vocation in the 20th Century Episcopal Church

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Description: The stories of deaconesses, religious orders, professional church workers revealed time and again the uneasy accommodations that the institutional church made while utilizing the gifts women brought as administrators, educators, missionaries, nurses, and social workers. The experience of Adelaide Teague Case, Mattie Hopkins, Helen Turnbull, and Margaret Sherman all revealed the struggle women faced to have their ministries validated even when apparently "insiders"-as respected seminary professor, Union of Black Episcopalians activist, director of Windham House, and the Executive Secretary of the Woman's Auxiliary, respectively.
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