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<p>This article seeks to build on recent movement in the fields of religion and gender studies in order to analyze and critically reflect on "the relation, confrontation and intersection of gender and religion" (Korte, 2011, p. 2). Here the author works to investigate the possibility that emerges in new forms of analysis that marry theological interventions with masculinities studies as a way to newly attend to patriarchy and fundamentalism. Utilizing feminist Catholic theology, the workdoi:10.17583/msc.2015.1509 fatcat:dlmi7s4sard6tm4swdwg5ze6zu