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Being in Communion: Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion in Young Lay Women’s Experiences of Eucharist in the Church of England

Other recent publications have begun to consider how a feminist reclamation of the sacraments can embrace the need for a theology which takes account of female embodiment. Susan Ross proposes the model of family as a context for forming

sacramentality which is firmly embodied,6 and Natalie Watson develops a feminist sacramental ecclesiology founded on the principle of celebrating embodiment, which is particularly concerned to engage with the wholeness of creation, justice and transformation.7