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Women, Rise Up! Catholic Female Leaders in Action

During Women’s History Month, we are all more keenly aware of the impact of women leaders upon society.  Especially on March 8th, media outlets and all of our favorite Instagram accounts were proudly promoting women’s accomplishments and sharing stories of heroines.  But does Women’s History Month include Catholic female leaders? Sometimes, yes! Last week, CNN released the headline that [...]

Women, Rise Up! Catholic Female Leaders in Action2021-09-02T22:10:52-04:00

Rose Hawthorne Lathrop

Religious Foundress, Servant of the Incurable, Model of Holy Perseverance Rose Hawthorne Lathrop She was the third daughter of the celebrated American novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne, but she abandoned a life of literature to care for the cancerous poor. Rose Hawthorne Lathrop was born in Massachusetts, one year after her father’s work The Scarlet Letter was published. [...]

Rose Hawthorne Lathrop2021-09-02T23:23:30-04:00

St. Hildegard von Bingen

Model of Feminine Authority, Writer, Composer, Visionary, Doctor of the Church St. Hildegard von Bingen St. Hildegard’s feminine strength and authority, combined with her intellectual talents and mystical gifts, allowed her to be a courageous and outspoken presence to the Church leaders and political figures of her time. Hildegard was born in the year 1098 [...]

St. Hildegard von Bingen2021-09-02T23:18:38-04:00

St. Maria Faustina Kowalska

Talented Storyteller, Visionary, “Secretary of Mercy” St. Maria Faustina Kowalska St. Faustina was chosen by Jesus to be His missionary of the powerful message of Divine Mercy, but her visionary spiritual life was hidden by her humble external appearance. In 1905, she was born as Helena Kowalska to a family of poor peasants in Poland [...]

St. Maria Faustina Kowalska2021-09-02T23:15:08-04:00

Chiara Lubich

Teacher, Consecrated Lay Woman, Foundress, Modern Spiritual Leader Chiara Lubich Chiara Lubich is the foundress of the Focolare Movement (The Work of Mary) and is regarded as one of the most influential spiritual leaders of the twentieth century. Born in 1920 in Northern Italy and baptized Silvia Lubich, she experienced a profound religious awakening at [...]

Chiara Lubich2021-09-02T23:11:54-04:00

St. Marianne Cope

Skilled Administrator, Creator of Beauty, Mother of Lepers in Hawaii St. Marianne Cope St. Marianne Cope’s love of and gift for creating beauty and cleanliness served to bring peace and joy to those around her throughout her life. She was born Barbara Koob in the year 1838 in West Germany. As a small child, her [...]

St. Marianne Cope2021-09-02T22:38:16-04:00
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