A Different Call: Women's Ministries in the Episcopal Church, 1850-1920
Partly because women claimed no credit, and partly because church leaders have rarely sought to analyze the process of change, the effect of womens work on the churchs ministry has been overlooked by historians.
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The Womans Sphere
Enlarging the Scope of the Churchs
The Episcopal Church in 1850
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