Elizabeth Johnson, CSJ | Faith in Focus

Elizabeth Johnson, CSJ | Faith in Focus

Feminist theologian Elizabeth Johnson joins Fr. James Martin, SJ, on Faith in Focus for a conversation on how the feminine qualities of God can enrich our church and our prayer lives.

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