Adults for the faith: Priesthood, femininity and the Maternal Church

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Abstract

Take and eat, take and eat. This is my body given up for you.Take and drink, take and drink. This is my blood given up for you.This is the refrain from Michael Joncas’s (b. 1951) and James Quinn’s SJ (b.1919) beautiful hymn, Take and Eat, written in 1989 to a tune by Joncas. The song was sung during communion at my parish Mass recently, as people took up the invitation to take and eat of the body of Christ and to take and drink of his blood.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVisions and vocations
Subtitle of host publicationThe catholic women speak network
EditorsTina Beattie, Diana Culbertson
Place of PublicationMahwah, New Jersey
PublisherPaulist Press
Pages189-196
Number of pages7
ISBN (Print)9780809154166
Publication statusPublished - 01 Nov 2018

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    Gomez, C. L. (2018). Adults for the faith: Priesthood, femininity and the Maternal Church. In T. Beattie, & D. Culbertson (Eds.), Visions and vocations: The catholic women speak network (pp. 189-196). Paulist Press.