A letter to the woman searching for her passion


What are you passionate about? Maybe it’s music, cooking, spending time with friends, or reading a good book. But your passion shouldn’t just be something that you enjoy in the spare moments of your day or just on the weekend. After all, our passions aren’t supposed to exist in a vacuum. Instead, the things that inspire us are meant to draw us closer to the Lord and closer to those around us on a daily basis. So just how do you take your passion to a deeper level of service?

Today, I’m talking with Katie Lynch. She’s the founder of Kate+Grace boutique, an online clothing shop with a unique mission to serve women and bring joy. We talk about the story behind her boutique, how to practice the corporeal works of mercy in our own community, and why it’s important to bring our passions to prayer.

Topics we talked about in this episode:

  • How Kate+Grace Boutique got started

  • Recognizing the inherent beauty and dignity of every woman

  • Discovering ways to live out the corporeal works of mercy

  • Finding your passion

  • Living out the feminine genius as a Catholic entrepreneur

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