The Vocation of Women According to Saint John Paul II

The Vocation of Women According to Saint John Paul II

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Does The Phrase “Like a Girl” Hurt Women?

This video brings up a topic that hits close to home for many women in today’s society, as can be seen by the fact that it got over 10 million views in just the first 4 days of being posted. The question it begs is this: what does it truly mean to be a girl, […]

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11 Quotes from Pope John Paul II’s “Letter to Women” That Everyone Should Know About!

In my beginning stages of exploration into women and the Church, I’ve been told so many times to check out Pope John Paul II’s Letter to Women, which he wrote in June 1995, before the Fourth World Conference on Women. I’ve finally read it, and his message is just as pertinent today as it was in 1995 […]

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Radiant Magazine Review and Giveaway!

I recently had the privilege of reviewing the magazine ‘Radiant’, a publication that describes itself as “covering traditional topics of the Catholic Church and applying them to the modern lives of young, Catholic women who are searching, learning and living out their unique calling with style, elegance, beauty and grace.” I am twenty-four and like […]

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Does True Womanhood Mean Becoming Exactly Like Men? Catholic Vlogger Emily Wilson Explains All

Womanhood is hard to define, even more so in a culture that suggests that there is no inherent difference between being male and female. What does womanhood mean? Is it less or more than manhood? Is there a distinct difference? Ascension Presents recently published a conversation with Emily Wilson, Catholic vlogger and public speaker. The […]

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3 Good Reasons Catholics Should be Feminists

If you’ve heard that being a feminist is anti-Catholic, think again. In today’s world, being a Catholic can be controversial. Especially when it comes to women’s rights. Feminism has a history of advocating for things that the Catholic Church contends with, whether it be outright support of abortion, or just the connotation that mothering isn’t […]

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St. Edith Stein On A Woman’s Profession

Every profession in which woman’s soul comes into its own and which can be formed by woman’s soul is an authentic woman’s profession. Related content: The Woman’s Soul…According To St. Edith Stein God’s Plan According to St. Edith Stein Prayer of St. Edith Stein How To Be An Image Of God | St. Edith Stein […]

 

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