This chapter concludes the main arguments of this book. The author claims that in contemporary society, the veneration of female saints is growing worldwide. As we learn from the ethnography, current veneration still contains these same features. However, in contrast to other times in history, nowadays, femininity, reproduction, and fertility are associated with the modern state, land, borders, and national demands.
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