Article from the National Catholic Reporter by Joshua McElwee, reporting on the recent comments from CWS member Phyllis Zagano 14th May 2019 VATICAN CITY — In speaking publicly about the disagreement among the members of
Sheila Pires of Radio Veritas South Africa interviewed Tina Beattie about CWS. You can listen to the interview here, starting at 7 mins. into the programme. We are telling stories, not spreading ideologies … If you self-identify as a Catholic woman, you are welcome
PUBLIC STATEMENT BY CATHOLIC WOMEN SPEAK AND VOICES OF FAITH (Il testo italiano—preghiamo clicare qui) We have read with unease the article “Migrants show the West the real face of motherhood, Vatican official says,” written by Elise Harris and published in Crux on November 11,
We are happy to collaborate with our Italian sisters—Donne per la Chiesa— and with Women's Ordination Conference in writing a letter to those women who have been invited to participate in the forthcoming Synod on Young People, Faith and Vocational Discernment. There is widespread dismay among many Catholic women that,
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
PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE SIGNING THE LETTER TO POPE FRANCIS FROM CATHOLIC WOMEN Catholic Women Speak supports a broad and inclusive church that can accommodate a wide spectrum of Catholic beliefs and practices. Our members represent the diversity of the Catholic tradition in its many forms of expression, and we
CWS coordinator Tina Beattie did Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4 on Monday, 27th August, when she spoke about the crisis that has been created by yet more evidence of sex abuse and cover-ups in the Catholic Church. You can listen to the broadcast at this link.