Tami Kiser urges readers to forge real relationships with other women in their parishes and communities.
Browsing: Catholic Women
Do you ever feel like you’re not beautiful enough, and at the same time afraid to let your beauty shine? Kara Klein considers how many of us are afraid of not being enough, but deep down, are equally afraid of truly being seen and noticed.
Got WINE? Sarah Damm has the inside scoop on an exciting new women’s ministry that is spreading throughout the U.S.
Looking for a fun way to stay connected to your faith and friends this summer? Sarah Damm shares a summer book club hosted by WINE: Women in the New Evangelization, a new national ministry that brings women together as they grow in their faith.
Sister Margaret Kerry shares how a group of women organized a special day-long retreat. She explains, “A spiritual spa day is a sacred space set aside to rest in the Lord, receive graces, support, strength, and inspiration from others. Women need these times to love and be loved by God so that their gift of self emanates from Christ the life-giving vine.”
Coming together in community to share and study the Catholic faith is a powerful way to connect with God, the Church, and other Catholics. In this month’s “Where I Spent My Time Online,” Allison Gingras shares her nudge from God to invite women into her own home for a bible/book study group. She also shares a few of the websites she visited to gather options in selecting their next book.