Is it possible to have too much swag? More than half of my travel coffee mugs (and two out of my three plastic tumblers) have The Young Clergy Women Project logo on them. I have a little stash of boutique lip balms from Nashville, Minnesota, and Austin, all patiently waiting for me to finish using […]
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About Katie Yahns
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Katie Yahns contributed a whooping 5 entries.
It’s not every day you get to read a seminal, formative work in a still-emerging field of theology. But that is exactly what Making Paper Cranes: Toward an Asian American Feminist Theology by Mihee Kim-Kort is. If you ever find yourself agreeing with the writer of Ecclesiastes, “There is nothing new under the sun,” pick […]
Here at The Ones We Love, we’ve developed an unofficial tradition of publishing an article each summer about our latest conference for The Young Clergy Women Project. Even in 2009, when we didn’t have a conference, we published an article about the sisterhood found at that year’s board meeting. I’m glad to write this next […]
I am a bit of a curiosity in town. I know this, and if I go out wearing the collar, I now expect it: cordial smiles from the nuns and nurses at the Catholic retirement home, curious stares from many people, trying to figure out if I should be called “Father” or “Sister” or something […]
Picture, if you will, a group of buddies preparing to go out and raise a glass to celebrate the holiday of your choice. One of the more responsible friends asks, “So, who’s going to be the designated driver?” And then…silence sweeps away the talking and laughter as each person looks at the others, trying to decide whose turn it […]
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