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St. Gianna: the modern woman’s saint

Also posted at Catholic Insight It is said that God gives us the saints we need in our time. Saints who, by their lives rooted in self-surrendering, self-sacrificing love show us how to conquer the darkness of the world in … Continue reading

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St. Gianna and Pietro Molla: model for the Synod on the Family

This past summer I wrote a book review of The Journey of Our Love: The Letters of Saint Gianna Beretta and Pietro Molla, for the October issue of Catholic Insight (magazine). The book, a compilation of 70 letters, cards and … Continue reading

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St. Gianna and the Working Catholic Mom

Also posted at Catholic Insight, catholicinsight.com First, a clarification: All moms work, whether they stay at home or go out and earn a paycheque. For this post, I’m defining “working mom” as those of us who work outside the home. … Continue reading

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