Read a report on the success of the retreat


Justice, not "just-us"

Theologies of Liberation Through Women’s Witness
Young Feminist Network Retreat in Cuernavaca, Mexico
July 15-22, 2001

The Young Feminist Network of the Women’s Ordination Conference will gather in Cuernavaca Mexico to explore together the witness of women working for change. This week-long retreat will focus on first-world women of faith entering into dialogue with women from the third-world who are working for justice. The retreat will provide the opportunity to encounter the spirit of social transformation in Latin America. Par

Read a report on the success of the retreat


Justice, not "just-us"

Theologies of Liberation Through Women’s Witness
Young Feminist Network Retreat in Cuernavaca, Mexico
July 15-22, 2001

The Young Feminist Network of the Women’s Ordination Conference will gather in Cuernavaca Mexico to explore together the witness of women working for change. This week-long retreat will focus on first-world women of faith entering into dialogue with women from the third-world who are working for justice. The retreat will provide the opportunity to encounter the spirit of social transformation in Latin America. Participants will meet with various Mexican women involved in community organizing, health initiatives, Christian Base Communities and alternative economic systems. Participants will learn how the faith of these women informs their actions for justice in their communities and in their Church. Young Catholic feminists will learn about new models of solidarity and how their faith in action is tied to the global community.

The registration of $200.00 includes, lodging, meals, and transportation while in Mexico. Participants are responsible for their own airfare. Scholarships for registration and travel are available. The registration deadline is June 22!

To obtain registration forms or for more information, please contact Joy Barnes, WOC Program Director at [email protected] or by phone at 703-352-1006.

 

ticipants will meet with various Mexican women involved in community organizing, health initiatives, Christian Base Communities and alternative economic systems. Participants will learn how the faith of these women informs their actions for justice in their communities and in their Church. Young Catholic feminists will learn about new models of solidarity and how their faith in action is tied to the global community.

The registration of $200.00 includes, lodging, meals, and transportation while in Mexico. Participants are responsible for their own airfare. Scholarships for registration and travel are available. The registration deadline is June 22!

To obtain registration forms or for more information, please contact Joy Barnes, WOC Program Director at [email protected] or by phone at 703-352-1006.