A Letter to the Woman Too Busy to Pray

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There are a lot of myths about the Catholic Church floating around out there, but two that I hear quite a bit are first, the Catholic Church hates women, and second that a life of prayer and holiness is something that you’re not going to be able to attain unless your a big shot like John of the Cross, Edith Stein, or Catherine of Siena.

This week on Letters to Women, Kathyrn Jean Lopez and I dive in deep to how the Catholic Church honors and empowers women like nobody else, and how every single one of us is invited to union with God and a deep, rich prayer life. 

Topics we talked about in this episode:

  • Kathryn’s background with the National Review Institute

  • How the Catholic Church honors the gifts and dignity of women

  • Talking faith and politics in the same realm

  • What the mystics of the Catholic Church teach us about daily prayer

  • The amazing witness of St. Catherine of Siena

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