Collection of papers and ephemera of the Roman Catholic Feminists organisation, formed in 1977 with a base in London N21. Includes: correspondence and memorabilia, stickers, badge, newsletters, minutes of meetings, photocopies of press cuttings, articles written by members [1977-1992]
Roman Catholics Feminists
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- ReferenceGB 372 RCF
- Dates of Creation1977 - 1992
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description5 boxes
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Administrative / Biographical History
The Roman Catholic Feminists organisation was established in 1977. They were based in London N21. The Roman Catholic Feminists were part of a wider movement happening in the Church in the 1970s, including the establishment of the Homosexual and Gay Christian Movement (1976), movements for the ordination of women (1978) and married men (1977), the Feminist Theology Project (1979) and the Catholic Lesbian Sisterhood (1979).
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Deposited with Bishopsgate Institute by Jacqueline Field-Bibb, October 2013 and June 2014.
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Entry compiled by Grace Biggins
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