Katie Humphrey

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So far Katie Humphrey has created 96 blog entries.

Betrothed to God at a Price

Blog post by CWS member Lillian Vogl, originally published on Patheos.com 26th April 2019 This Triduum that just passed, I was abundantly blessed to be able to hear the words of the sacred liturgies with newly attuned ears—ears become familiar, for the first time, with an anthem that the disciples would have known by

2019-04-27T12:02:07+01:00

Good Friday: I am angry

Blog post by CWS member Marie Kopp, originally published on Patheos.com 30th March 2018 It’s been an odd Lent, and a strange Holy Week. I’ve skipped Mass the past two Sundays. I didn’t have a good reason, or even a mediocre reason. I’m not sure I had a reason at all. I’m angry at

2019-04-24T13:31:48+01:00

Church’s foremothers proclaim Jesus from beyond the grave

Article from CWS member Christine Schenk, originally published on the National Catholic Reporter - ncr.org. 16th April 2019 I just returned from a terrific 10-day pilgrimage to Rome and Naples, viewing funerary frescos and sarcophagus friezes of faith-filled fourth-century Christian women. Some pretty amazing, 21st century women and men joined me in cherishing these

2019-04-24T12:52:55+01:00

Women Feature – Podcast from Radio Veritas – Prison Ministry and Business Leadership

Catholic View. Women Feature. Lent. Prison Ministry and Business Leadership. Thursday 21st March 2019 Follow the link below to listen to a recent podcast edition of Women Feature from Sheila Pires on Radio Veritas. This Lenten edition includes reflections from Sr Francis Sheehy about women prisoners and prison ministry, and Sheila talks to Walda

2019-03-30T10:14:57+01:00

Women Feature – Podcast from Radio Veritas – International Women’s Day

Catholic View. Women Feature. International Women's Day. Friday 8th March 2019. Follow the link below to listen to the International Women's Day podcast edition of Women Feature from Sheila Pires on Radio Veritas. This edition includes reflections from young African women on Pope Francis' Youth Synod and the voices of young women in the

2019-03-30T10:15:42+01:00

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