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 African church. http://radioveritas.co.za/index.php/podcast-list/sermon/2901-catholic-view-international-women-s-day Katie Humphrey2019-03-30T10:15:42+00:00 Share This Post FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterest Related Posts The Church and Women in the Time of Covid-19 The CDF and Maria 2.0 – Statement by the Catholic Women’s Council Women officially instituted as lectors and acolytes All Hallows’ Vigil – 31st October “I Can’t Breathe Because God Can’t Breathe” by Sr Anne Arabome Tina Beattie in Conversation CWS supports a School and Day Care Centre in Sierra Leone Many voices – one vision In Praise of Not Knowing Women walking together, away from the church Votes for Women “NO!” – Political Christianity and the Social Responsibilities of Theologians This Is Not Fine Book Launch – Janina La Papita Women’s Leadership in the Church: Increasing but Incomplete With Gratitude to my Spam Filter Stepping into Our Vocations: Luke 4: 16-30 Why does Francis’ passion for justice and unity stop short of women? 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