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As a Woman

My Lenten reading consists of one book that I’m hopeful I will be able to read in full: Jesus Feminist by Sarah Bessey. While it feels like one book seems a little meagre, I look at my children and I … Continue reading

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…And a Side of Catholic Feminism To Go…

Kassie Rutherford wrote that it took a break up for her to realise that what she believed in was a form of feminism. I was floored at the way she was shocked into re-evaluating herself through this question: am I … Continue reading

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