The Canadian Journal of Feminist Spirituality

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MISSION STATEMENT

Vox Feminarum is a journal of feminist spirituality committed to providing a forum for women to speak and be heard. In fulfilling its mission to stimulate dialogue, it promotes exchange among women of varied religious and personal contexts, invites a feminist critique of social and ecclesial structures, and encourages women to explore the relationship between their faith traditions, feminism, spirituality and personal experience.



VOX UPDATE 

Issue 3-1, "Family Heirlooms: Mothers, Daughters and Granddaughters" will be ready for mailing on April 1, 2003. Subscribe today!

Vox Feminarum is published by Across Boundaries Multifaith Institute, an educational organization whose goal is to increase knowledge and understanding of religious faith traditions, their history, practices and place in the contemporary world through research, publications and public forums. It publishes Voices Across Boundaries and Vox Feminarum, maintains a website, and sponsors conferences, retreats, lectures and research. Across Boundaries is based on three core values: intellectual honesty and rigour; a deep commitment to interfaith dialogue and dialogue between religious and secular visions of the world; and an understanding that faith traditions are best represented by their practitioners, that participants in the Institute's activities speak out of a deep rootedness in their practice of a faith tradition, and that no individual speaks for a faith tradition as whole.

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Last Updated February 17, 2003