Why Handwritten Letters?
What is the most valuable letter you've ever received? How did it make you feel?
A letter can be so much more than just words on a page. A letter, when written with heart, can have an incredible impact. A letter lets the recipient know they are valued and that they are worth so much more than all of the time and thought that went into writing it.
This is the idea behind our growing collection of Letters to Women.
Every week, The Catholic Woman will feature new handwritten a letters of encouragement written by Catholic women of all walks of life. In her letter, she will share a bit of her story and unique insight with us. We also will share an interview with her, so that you can get a greater glimpse into the life of this particular Catholic woman and how she lives her faith.
With the same spirit, we also release mini-documentaries every three months that feature the lives of inspiring Catholic women, of all backgrounds, and explore how their Catholic faith converges with their lives.
How Sister Theresa Aletheia Noble, FSP, a former atheist, confronts the meaning of death.
While taking a year off of her work as the co-founder and creative director of Verily Magazine to focus on motherhood, Janet Easter was confronted with a great unknown: who she is without work.
Meet Samantha. After enrolling at UC Berkeley at the age of 16, Sam fell into depression. This is the story of how Sam reclaimed her identity as a Catholic woman through a journey of hardship. We hope this story inspires you to ground yourself in what never changes.
While exploring the relationship between music and womanhood, musician Alanna Boudreau shares how she's used her gifts & talents to bring healing to others.
For as long as she can remember, Jenna Guizar has longed for a sister. Someone she could always turn to, always rely on, and always look towards as a source of unconditional love. Through the biggest struggles of her adult life, Jenna has unexpectedly found what she always wanted: sisterhood.
"My Sisters in Christ, you are more than what the world says makes a successful woman..."
Our goal is simple. We're inviting you to cherish your unique identity as an individual, as a member of the sisterhood of Catholic women and as a member of the Church. To learn more about our specific mission and vision, click here to read about who we are.
Ultimately, we want you to know that you are welcome here, you are valued and you belong here.
Together, by sharing our stories, by valuing our differences and by building each other up, we can have an incredible impact on our fellow Catholic sisters-in-Christ and on the future of the Church.