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Women

Know a young Catholic woman who wants to change the world?

Dates for the 2020 GIVEN Catholic Young Women’s Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C., have been announced!

The one thing I’ll never do in front of my daughter again

This moment taught me a lot about myself and who I want to be as a mother.

Olympic medalist wins against Nike in favor of motherhood

Allyson Felix and other female athletes put pressure on the sportswear giant, and were heard.

2 Tendencies St. Edith Stein warned women to beware of

The saint said these qualities are more common to femininity—and warned women what to watch out for.

Call on these two saints to improve the mother-daughter relationship

These two married saints can teach us how to seek sanctity within our families

There’s a manual for women seeking to truly live a Catholic life

A practical guide to living the feminine genius.

How to make peace with past mistakes: Lessons from a glamorous French actress

One of the most famous women of her day, Eve Lavalliere learned the secret to living well.

Who is the biblical Rebecca?

Sure, she is known for being Isaac’s wife and Jacob and Esau’s mother, but there is a lot more to the character.

5 Secrets to acing a job interview

New book by a Catholic professor is a treasure trove of advice.

10 Liberating quotes from the first American-born saint

Words of wisdom to live by from the formidable St. Elizabeth Ann Seton.

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