Table of Contents
2... Letters to the Editor -- Elizabeth Fox-Genovese | Attitudes toward Disabilities | Reconciliation
4... Inside Voices -- "The Meaning of the Body" -- by Helen Hull Hitchcock
5... In Memoriam: Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
7... Caught in the Web of Grace Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
12.. Saint Edith Stein and the Meaning of the Cross Freda Mary Oben
16.. Habits for Holiness Mary Ellen Bork
18.. Bioethics Watch: The War Against Children with Disabilities Nancy Valko, RN
21.. Ufton Court: A Reminder of Catholic Heritage Joanna Bogle
23.. Compliance with Human Rights or Compliance with an Ideology? Why the US Should Not Sign the Women’s Convention Rita Joseph
26.. DOCUMENTATION: Pope Benedict XVI on Marriage
29.. REVIEW: Theology of the Body New Translation Helen Hull Hitchcock
30.. Donors and Memorials
31.. Affirmation for Catholic Women
Cover: Annunciation by Lorenzo Lotto (ca. 1480-1556)
Oil on canvas. Painted for the oratory of Santa Maria Sopra Mercanti ca. 1527-30, moved in 1953 to Pinacoteca Communale, Recanati, Italy.
Inside Cover: Crucifixion, from the Great Passion by Albrecht Dürer (1472-1528) Woodcut. Text: Excerpt from the Stations of the Cross, 2005, presented by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI)
Back Cover: Prayer for Young People, by Pope Benedict XVI
**Women for Faith & Family operates solely on your generous donations!
WFF is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations are tax deductible.
Voices copyright © 1999-Present Women for Faith & Family. All rights reserved.
All material on this web site is copyrighted and may not be copied or reproduced without prior written permission from Women for Faith & Family,except as specified below.
Permission is granted to download and/or print out articles for personal use only.
Brief quotations (ca 500 words) may be made from the material on this site, in accordance with the “fair use” provisions of copyright law, without prior permission. For these quotations proper attribution must be made of author and WFF + URL (i.e., “Women for Faith & Family www.wf-f.org.)
Generally, all signed articles or graphics must also have the permission of the author. If a text does not have an author byline, Women for Faith & Family should be listed as the author. For example: Women for Faith & Family (St Louis: Women for Faith & Family, 2005 + URL)
Link to Women for Faith & Family web site.
Other web sites are welcome to establish links to www.wf-f.org or to individual pages within our site.