I have come across a few Catholic bloggers who assert that Catholics can indeed also be feminists. Some try to distinguish it from contemporary Tumblr-esque feminism by slapping the word “True” in front of it. 732 more words
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And I will speak for unborn children, whose voices Planned Parenthood silences.
With Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards speaking at the Democratic National Convention last month, the Democratic Party has made clear that the pro-life voice is not welcome at the table. 773 more words
While women attending traditional chapels routinely wear mantillas, hats or scarves, it is sometimes difficult to know what to do when attending a diocesan church. Weddings are OK, since it’s quite usual to wear a hat or flower headband, but what about going to Confession in a parish church? 49 more words
Right now I have the amazing blessing of being on a week’s workshop with other lovely Catholic women. We are doing a beautiful course on marriage and family, with talks on friendship, faith, empathy, effective communication, and practical workshops on making a house more of a home among other things. 58 more words