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CONTENTS About the Editors Contributors Introduction PART 1: SPEAKING IN NEW AND DIFFERENT TONGUES Chapter 1. Of Celibate Men, Ambivalent Saints, and Games of Desire Donald L. Boisvert Chapter 2. Naming the Mechanisms of Self-Deception: A Call to Liberation for Gay Roman Catholic Clergy David M. Mellott Chapter 3. Speaking Loud or Shutting Up: The Homosexual-Type Problem Edward J. Ingebretsen Chapter 4. Silencing Sodom Chuck Colbert Chapter 5. Anglican Bodies: The Gift of Heretical Liminality and the Risk of Relaxed Vigilance Jay Emerson Johnson PART II: ECCLESIAL MISOGYNY Chapter 6. Duplicity Writ Large Mary E. Hunt Chapter 7. Always a Bride, Never a Groom Robert E. Goss Chapter 8. Pandora's Gauntlet: Curiosity Enough to Care and Hope Enough to Question Marie Cartier Chapter 9. A Welcome Voice Breaks the Silence in an Exclusively Male Clerical Tradition Lorine M. Getz Chapter 10. Where Have All the Young Girls Gone? Mary A. Tolbert PART III: POWER GAMES AND CALLING NAMES Chapter 11. Breaking the Silence in Public: A Case Study 175 Michael Kelly Chapter 12. Those Troubling Gay Priests Bernard Schlager Chapter 13. Lessons from Our Neighbors: An Appreciation and Query to Mark Jordan Karen Lebacqz Chapter 14. Neither Do I: A Meditation on Scapegoating 213 William Glenn Chapter 15. Scandal Work: Catholicism and a Crisis of Intimate Relations Edward J. Ingebretsen PART IV: A RESPONSE FROM MARK JORDAN Chapter 16. After Silence Mark D. Jordan 225
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Catholic Church -- Clergy -- Sexual behavior.
Child sexual abuse by clergy.
Clergy -- Sexual behavior.