Upholding Womanhood: A Book Review of Super Girls and Halos

"Being able to recognize the history and the role women have played is something which must be focused-on and highlighted. Being able to point to heroines, both fictional and real, makes our examination much easier, as they show us a model of womanhood which we do not see typically emulated in our secular society today. Growing in justice, prudence, fortitude, and temperance can serve to strengthen each of us, if we can stay true to who God made us to be.  And, through it all, we can begin to reclaim the "genius of women" from the detractors in the larger society around us." In today's post, I review the most recent book by Ms. Maria Morera Johnson, Super Girls and Halos. Please read more on how this book highlights some fantastic women - both fictional and saintly counterparts - and the lessons they hold for womanhood today.  

A St. Patrick’s Day Book Review in My Sunday Best

Last Sunday was a doozy. This week, although we still had a screecher in our pew and a reticent preschooler in tow, Mass attendance was a little more successful, and slightly more enlightening. Let's jump in to My Sunday Best shall we? First off, the night before Ash Wednesday, I threw in one new concept for … Continue reading A St. Patrick’s Day Book Review in My Sunday Best

Provoking Thoughts on Motherhood and Womanhood: A Review of Walk in Her Sandals

A story of faith, of love, of motherhood - both physical and spiritual, and more importantly, a story which embraces womanhood - I guarantee every woman will be able to relate to the spiritual journey of one of the characters of this story.