Owning the role of Catholic womanhood

I actually wrote something, guys! Here’s my May contribution over at Everyday Ediths.

This month we’re talking about womanhood, so eloquently defined by Merriam-Webster as the state or condition of being a woman, or the distinguishing character or qualities of a woman. I’d like to think that with my own lived experience of being one that I’ve learned at least a little about this topic.

I know that women were created in the image of God with the capacity to mirror the Trinity in our complementarity to men written into our being.

I know that while women are fundamentally different than men, we are equal in dignity and value.

Head over there to read the rest!

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