Friday was apparently “International Women’s Day.” Social media was flooded with posts celebrating women. Even I shared a collage of some favorite Catholic women saints on Instagram, just because I liked most of the saints pictured and the witness they provide for my faith and vocation. But in retrospect, the whole thing is a little … Continue reading What about International Men’s Day?
I was perusing Twitter last night and in between Divine Mercy images and the tweets written by witty priests (#CatholicTwitter is VERY entertaining, by the way) I came across one tweet that expressed immense frustration with something recently posted by the @Women’sMarch account. To recap: the “Women’s March” group is the one that marched on … Continue reading Backpage, #MeToo, & Why Catholics Should Proclaim the Truth About Sex & Marriage
I recently re-read St. John Paul II’s “Letter to Women,” which he wrote in 1995, and I realized that this document perhaps has more weight in 2018 than it did 23 years ago considering where society is at morally and culturally. I was first introduced to the Letter to Women in a women’s study group … Continue reading St. John Paul II’s Letter to Women & What it Teaches Us in 2018