For Favale, it was the experience of motherhood that served as ‘one of the major catalysts’ for her eventual conversion to Catholicism, she told the Register.
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COMMENTARY: ‘The End of Woman: How Smashing the Patriarchy Has Destroyed Us,’ out this week, offers critical history as well as hope for the ‘future of our civilization.’
‘Being a mother is a gift, it’s not a right, because many want to and cannot,’ the young Colombian said.
COMMENTARY: The more we expel God from our hearts and from the center of our lives, the more miserable and dehumanized we become, and the blinder we become to the humanity of others.
Cardinal Raymond Burke, a longtime friend of Alice von Hildebrand, shared his reflections on the Catholic philosopher who just passed away.
John Henry Crosby, president and founder of the Hildebrand Project, discusses the life, legacy and vision of Catholic philosopher Alice von Hildebrand, which the Hildebrand Project will continue to advance.
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?
Legal scholar Erika Bachiochi’s recent book takes a deep dive into feminist thought in America.
Whether or not Carrie Gress’ The Anti-Mary Exposed was the target of intentional censorship, the swift response from Catholics underscores concerns over Big Tech’s power in the public square.