Conscience is a publication of Catholics for a Free Choice (CFFC), this journal examines such topics as women's rights in society and in religions, reproductive rights, sexuality and gender, feminist theology, social justice, church and state issues, and the role of religion in formulating public policy. The contributors include CFFC researchers and staff, clergy, scholars, and activists, representing a wide range of pro-choice and social justice viewpoints. Conscience offers in-depth, cutting edge coverage of vital contemporary issues, including reproductive rights, sexuality and gender, feminism, the Religious Right, church and state issues and US politics. Our readership includes national and international opinion leaders and policy makers, members of the press and leaders in the fields of theology, ethics and women's studies.
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