- Joan Chittister
- Brand New Theology
- Four Women Doctors of the Church
- Women Leaders in the Student Christian Movement
- On Being Unfinished
- African, Christian, Feminist
- Mothers of Faith
- The Tao of Asian American Belonging
- Beyond the Crossroads
- Marked for Life
- Birth of a Dancing Star
- More Hidden Women of the Gospels
- To Speak the Truth in Love
During more than a half-century of service to the Church and the academy, Anne E. Patrick was a leading feminist Catholic voice, revered both as a teacher and as a critical scholar of theology, ethics, literature, and the arts. Her scholarly publications broke new ground in a number of Catholic theological disciplines, including feminist ethics, liturgy, and contemporary expressions of religious life.
Publisher: Orbis Books
Anne E. Patrick, SNJM (1941-2016) was the William H. Laird Professor of Religion and the Liberal Arts, emerita, at Carleton College. She was a former president of the Catholic Theological Society of America, as well as the recipient of its 2013 John Courtney Murray Award. An author of numerous books and essays on theological, ethical, and literary topics, she was a professed member of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary.