Catherine of Siena College staff, tutors, associates and students are involved with a variety of research projects that explore gender, justice, religion and theology. This research informs our courses, and also ensures that the college is contributing to public and religious conversation about important societal and gender-related issues.
The Catholic Women Speak Network is an online forum of more than a thousand women committed to theological exploration and collaboration: www.catholicwomenspeak.com. An anthology of Catholic women's writings was edited by members of the Network in advance of the 2015 Synod of Bishops on the Family in Rome and published by Paulist Press. Proceeds from the sale of the book go to support the Catherine of Siena College, and some contributors are college tutors. The book is available for purchase here.
In this volume edited by Agnes Brazal and Kochurani Abraham, you can find Catherine of Siena College discussed in Chapter 3 by Virginia Saldanha, 'Digitial Revolution—Creating a Flat World for Indian Women?', pp. 47-40.