Posts Tagged ‘feminine genius’

Raising the Voice of Women in the New Evangelization

Friday, March 7th, 2014

“You must all stand fast in thefaith and love one another, and do not be weakened by what we have gone through.”  These words are taken from the diary of a young mother, Perpetua, who along with her friend Felicity, was martyred in ancient Carthage (modern-day Tunis, Tunisia) in the early third century and whose feast we […] [Read more]

The Unique Genius of Woman in the Church and Society

Monday, March 4th, 2013

This week includes the feast days of some remarkable women, giving us an opportunity to celebrate again the nature and dignity of women, recognizing the indispensible role that women have played in salvation history and in the transmission of the faith (see Proposition 46 of the Synod on the New Evangelization).  This includes the many […] [Read more]

The Gift of the Feminine Genius

Friday, March 9th, 2012

For the month of March, the Holy Father’s general intention is that the whole world may recognize the contribution of women to the development of society. The liturgical calendar for this  month celebrates the courage and fidelity of women. In the first week, the Church celebrates the feast of the martyrdom of Perpetua and Felicity […] [Read more]