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I enjoyed the way the essay presented church teaching from a Catholic Women's perspective.
I read a lot of books by Christian authors, and those tend to have an authoritative feel to them- like someone who already knows the answers to life's questions.
The stories and experiences that are shared in this book are ones that I could have written myself had I the talent to do so as well as these women have done.
It is sometimes difficult to confidently speak up on these tough topics but these women's perspectives gave me confidence to do so.Published 5 months ago by Judy Janssen
Well articulated Perspectives - For a perspective on what the average Catholic woman is thinking in today's world, this is an excellent compilation of articles by articulate,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cecelia Cody
This book should be part of every thinking woman's arsenal as she questions how her faith, femininity and gifts can help shape and save our culture.Published 12 months ago by Elise Hilton
As a Catholic woman myself it felt great knowing that I am not alone in my struggle to live the life our faith intends us to. I feel it is a good read for anyone ... Read morePublished 13 months ago by gregoria de ramos
I saw Helen Alvare speak a couple of months ago and she stirred a fire in me to learn more. Excellent book and must-read for Catholics (women AND men) to stay true to their faith... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Leslie Prevish
Really enjoyed the way the chapter on same sex attraction was laid out. I enjoyed the way the essay presented church teaching from a Catholic Women's perspective. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jon Murray
Read this book. 17more words? This is the last review You'll get from me. Time is valuable. Red whit bluePublished 17 months ago by Barbara Johnston
I've often struggled with responses when challenged on many of today's hot button topics & the Catholic faith. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jessica Charlsen