This year is 50th anniversary of first women being named Doctors of the Church

Teresa of Avila and Catherine of Siena were honored with this title together in 1970.

First Catholic “Mrs. Pakistan World” hopes to inspire women and fight radicalization

Ravish Zahid-Thomas can be an inspiration for many oppressed women in her native Pakistan and around the world.

Pope’s October intention calls for greater participation of laity, especially women

The Holy Father is praying that laity, especially women, will take up their baptismal call and live as protagonists of the Church.

These 7 Catholic women share about infertility on Instagram so other women know they’re not alone

Dealing with infertility can feel so lonely, but these women bring a needed dose of support and authentic understanding.

British nun becomes member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences

Appointed by Pope Francis, she is currently the fourth woman to join the ordinary members of this academy.

3 Ways St. Kateri Tekakwitha is an example to modern women

Very few of her contemporaries knew of the humble Mohawk woman, but her life and legacy shine brightly through the centuries.

6 Virtual gatherings for Catholic women you won’t want to miss

Even if you can't be together in person, hearts and minds can find joyful communion through these online events.

Beloved annual leadership forum moves online, becomes available to women everywhere

Online forum brings women spiritual renewal and focus, so that they can transform the world around them for the better.

More women are choosing to go gray right now — should you join them?

With quarantine closing salons, many of us have been embracing our silver strands, challenging the cultural message that youth = beauty.

7 Uplifting publications for the modern woman of faith

Enjoy fashion, creative literature, and everything in between, all presented through the lens of your faith.

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