We as women all have a some of Eve in us, but the Lord also wants to make us full of grace like the New Eve.
Results from Tag: 'feminine genius'
The fabric of Christian culture is woven with threads that interlace feminine charm and enchantment with the Word of God.
New Play’s ‘Non-Binary’ Joan of Arc Character Detracts From Saint’s Heroism and Dignity, Catholics Say
Shakespeare’s Globe theater is reinventing the story of the French-Catholic heroine, to the dismay of critics.
A Conversation With Leila Marie Lawler on ‘All Things Domestic’
The Holy Father spoke to the Centro Femminile Italiane (Italian Women’s Center) on March 24.
Some recommendations for these 40 days
Lisa Cotter writes about how the Church celebrates womanly wisdom for ‘understanding the human heart.’
BOOK PICK: Erika Bachiochi’s work is a call to reimagine feminism. What if men and women pursued equality, not as self-destructive license, but as freedom for the sake of human excellence?
Armida Barelli and Father Mario Ciceri will be declared ‘Blessed’ on April 30, 2022.