December 2012 Ritual: World AIDS Day: Remembering Love's Story

By Diann L. Neu | World AIDS Day draws attention to the reality of HIV/AIDS that faces the world.

Ongoing Support WATER through GoodSearch!

You can give a gift to WATER each time you search the web, shop online or dine out. It is free for you: simply click "support us" on WATER's GoodSearch page and sign up. You can also make GoodSearch your default search engine by downloading this add-on.

December 12 Teleconference with Katie G. Cannon

“Translating Womanism into Pedagogical Praxis” Join us on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 1 PM for a conversation with Katie G. Cannon as she discusses the subject of “Translating Womanism into Pedagogical Praxis.” Katie G. Cannon is a womanist theologian and was the first African-American woman ordained in the United Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). She received an M.Div. from Johnson C. Smith Seminary in Atlanta, GA, and an M.Phil. and Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary in New York City.

November 27 #GivingTuesday: A Day to Give Back to WATER

#GivingTuesday™ is a national day of giving on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving to start the holiday season in the spirit of giving back. Show your support by giving to WATER on #GivingTuesday, November 27! On #GivingTuesday, WATER will give back by hosting a seminary class on the intersecting oppressions of race, class, gender, and sexuality. The next day, we will guest teach a university class on how we live feminist theology. YOU can make a difference by giving back for what you have received from WATER.

November 2012 Ritual: Thanksgiving Grace

By Diann L. Neu | This Thanksgiving, and every day, lift your spirit, give thanks, and give back.

Adult Feminists in Charge of Things Catholic

How are we going to act now that we are in the driver’s seat?

November 2012 Liturgy: Harvesting Justice

By Diann L. Neu and Cheryl Nichols | Let us pray for the wisdom and grace to glean from debates, discussions, prayers, readings, and reflections, the attitudes and values that are healing, compassionate, uniting, and just.

Catholics Choose Conscience Over Church

Catholics may well decide the election. But I daresay it won’t be because they line up behind the bishops.