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New online community will support those living the “NFP lifestyle”

"NFP can feel very isolating in a culture like ours, and nobody should feel like they’re going it alone."

120 Women are gathering in Washington, DC, this week to change the world

The GIVEN Forum is investing in the next generation of Catholic women leaders.

Woman with advanced lung cancer climbs highest mountain outside of Asia with her daughter

Isabella de la Houssaye is pushing herself to the limits to teach her children some final lessons.

An app that helps you understand your body and live with greater confidence as a woman

An interview with Anna Halpine, CEO of the FEMM Foundation and creator of an innovative women’s health program

“I find it deeply selfish that fathers have no voice”

A man on the subway was deeply upset ... I didn't know what else to say to him.

Meet Deborah, the only female warrior-judge of the Old Testament

Deborah led the people of Israel into battle and was a wise judge over her people.

12 Things every Catholic woman should have in her purse

Never leave home without these practical and spiritual essentials!

Does having children age you faster? It seems to depend on one thing

Research shows an interesting factor that appears to make the difference when it comes to aging as a mom.

The working mom who leads hundreds of people in the Rosary on Instagram every morning

Her goal is to leverage social media to get 100 million people praying.

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