“I want…churches to be more of a living organism than a fixed institution, responsive to those within and around them
- to be relational in structure – to eschew hierarchical organization and creatively explore new forms of leadership that facilitate power-sharing
- I want them to be inclusive of questioning and critique, so much so that their churches are changed by it – willing to die and be born anew.
I also want for them not to fall into the age-old pattern of erasing women’s work from history – so I bring the work of radical feminist philosophers and feminist theologians with me to research with the Emerging Church.”
Xochitl Alvizo, excerpt from her article, From Mary Daly to the Emerging Church – An Unlikely Dissertation Trajectory
That is likewise our vision for raising the Second Vatican Council to a new Rite in the Catholic Church alongside the 20+ other Easter Rites in union with Rome…Rites with different perspectives on theology, governance, and liturgy.