This month's issue of New Oxford Review (see right sidebar), in its book review section, has a piece on a book by Mary J. Henold that details the history of feminism in the Catholic church. This author is herself an unabashed feminist, but the book seems to be of value for detailing the goals of this particular progressive infestation and the thinking of many of its key players. I urge you to read this review. While on the surface we see many of the proponents aging and dying off, the damage done still continues to fester and it must be corrected.
By the way - for a relevant commentary on feminism, particularly its response to "Weinergate", see what my colleague, Dymphna, has to say.