Katie Humphrey

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So far Katie Humphrey has created 61 blog entries.

Przełożone katolickich zakonów żeńskich powinny głosować na synodzie.

Do: Biskupów rzymskokatolickich, Kardynałów, wszystkich głosujących członków synodu dotyczącego młodzieży, do Papieża Franciszka Przełożone katolickich zakonów żeńskich powinny głosować na synodzie. Dwóch braci zakonnych uczestniczy w obecnym synodzie dotyczącym młodzieży z prawem głosowania, ale żadna z sióstr zakonnych nie ma prawa do głosowania. Wzywamy biskupów, kardynałów, liderów synodu biskupów oraz papieża, aby stworzyli dla

2018-10-17T14:19:36+00:00

Two Catholic Churches – I’m Staying With One

Guest post from Lillian Vogl on CWS Member Rebecca Bratten-Weiss' Blog. Originally published on Patheos.com 11th October 2018. I’ve been noticing lately that there are two deeply different belief systems found among people who call themselves “practising Catholic.” I’m going to avoid typical labels with all their baggage and call the two groups “Open

2018-10-13T18:23:30+00:00

Letter to members of the Pontifical Commission on the Protection of Minors

CWS member Sara Parvis has written a letter to the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors which was originally shared via the Catholic Women Speak Facebook page and can now be shared with the wider public through our website. Please read, and if you feel compelled to, sign and share widely amongst your networks.

2018-09-20T19:02:37+00:00

Say There is a Lady

Article by CWS member Mary Pezzulo, originally published on Patheos.com 13th May 2018 Let’s say there is a Lady full of Grace. Let’s say there is a Lady who is perfect– but not as the world sees. Not a perfect June Cleaver who serves hot breakfast in a flawless manicure and perm. Not some

2018-05-25T02:41:27+00:00

“I’ll Eat You Up, I Love You So”: Religion Where The Wild Things Are

Article from CWS member Rebecca Bratten Weiss, originally published on Patheos.com 17th May 2018 My two younger children are going through an entirely understandable Maurice Sendak phase, which means I find lines like “we’ll eat you up, we love you so!” shouted through the house, while I go about my work. I was scrubbing

2018-05-25T02:26:39+00:00

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