The role of women in modern-day orthodox religious life - 2

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  • Interviewee name: Reverend Marie-Elsa Bragg and Lindsay Simmonds

  • Date of event: 4 Apr 2015

  • The Reverend Marie-Elsa Bragg is a Priest in the diocese of London and a Duty Chaplain of Westminster Abbey. She has been a Spiritual Director for over 20 years. An important focus for Marie-Elsa is the role of women in Orthodox religions - working especially on interfaith relations and projects focusing on domestic violence. In this series of interviews, Marie-Elsa spoke to women from the Sikh, Moslem and Jewish faiths, as well as an eminent Solicitor QC who works on these issues in the secular courts and is a mediator. This interview is with Lindsay Simmonds, who is a Lecturer in Gender and Judaism.

  • CHURCH Judaism Women in religion orthodox faith

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