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Modern feminism could push women further away from their dignity, but Jesus can heal all wounds

WOMEN who promote unhealthy forms of feminism are further damaging women’s rights, Verbum Dei Missionary Sister Frances Drum said.  “Unfortunately, some of the modern understandings and applications of feminism disturb me,” Sr Drum said.  “I see that they are far from what Christ wants for His beloved women, or men for that matter.   “Christ seeks for us women to ... Read More »

Q&A with Carrie Gress

Carrie Gress

What mum doesn’t need an occasional chance to escape home life and indulge in a little pampering? But philosopher and mother of four Carrie Gress says that while those little getaways are fine, the real and best makeover is actually already – and perpetually –underway. Ms Gress says in her latest book – Ultimate Makeover: The Transforming Power of Motherhood ... Read More »

Celebrating Blessed John Paul II’s ‘new feminism’

Pope John Paul II

By Anna Krohn TWENTY-five years ago, Blessed Pope John Paul II, promulgated his Apostolic Letter On the Vocation and Dignity of Women (Mulieris Dignitatem). In this letter, he introduced a new language, interpretative frameworks and an alternative way of discussing the role of women in the Church, society and history. Throughout his long and prolific pontificate, the Polish pope would ... Read More »

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