Learn more here. What it’s like to influence survivors of abuse, What the Church needs to do to “move forward”. Why is that? This episode has been brought to you by Audible. I get a literal stomachache when I think of doing these things and, as I read in a book recently, the body keeps the score. As Catholic feminists, we know that we don't want a single one of our sisters to not feel seen, known, encouraged, and loved. After 150 episodes, it is a true joy to sit + chat with you all 1-on-1 today. Isn't egg donation just #womenhelpingwomen? I think we've all gone through seasons where we want to delete our social media accounts and go live in a hut. Maybe you’ll even hop on our subscriber list for Letters from a Catholic Feminist! Am I rambling? I have a big announcement. A podcast for strong Catholic women who want to feel inspired, informed, and intentional. Understanding history, both the good and the bad of it, is important if we want to learn from it and empower women as we move forward in New Feminism. Check it out at AveMariaPress.com! On today's show, we're chatting with Emily Linn, a young adult minister within the Diocese of Milwaukee. Can we strive for it? We also discuss her conversion to the faith, if Ann struggles with comparison on Instagram, and how she balances the business side of her art. After 150 episodes, it is a true joy to sit + chat with you all 1-on-1 today. Here’s the tricky part about being a feminist: I want every woman to feel confident and empowered…and I also want every woman to be healthy. Desire closer to God lately, How Partisanship is Weaking the Gospel’s Vision in America. We also chat about her work with the Chastity Project and she tries to convince me to outline my writing projects, which...I'm still not 100% sold on. I will not call you to less than that near-impossible task, only made possible with the blood of Jesus. Now? I hope our episode reminds you of the gift of a persecution-free faith and emboldens you to continue speaking up for your own religious rights. Gluttony of fitness leading to the cult of the body, The connection between fitness and empowerment. Today, I’m bringing YOUR questions to Danielle Brown, the Associate Director of the USCCB’s Committee Against Racism. For 10% off a pair of Catholic socks, enter FEM10 at checkout. Hearing that call change, and accepting it with open arms. St. John Paul the Great said that intuition was one of a woman’s greatest gifts. I am scared for my bank account and my career, and that old but-I’m-abandoning-my-mission feeling that snuck in after I left FOCUS is trying to rear its ugly head. Are they intelligent? Sign up now so you don’t miss the first issue. It has been an honor to learn from YOU, sister. 122 talking about this. Amanda is a true gift to our church and I hope our conversation resonates with you! Today’s guest, Rebecca Dussault, is an Olympic cross-country skier and a mom of six with a passion for the intersection of fitness and faith. I feel closer to Jesus and His good, good church right now than ever before, in many ways. I am quite scared to do this, if I can be brutally honest. The Catholic Feminist is a podcast for strong Catholic women who want to be inspired, informed, and intentional. Juggling motherhood + business as an artist isn’t easy for anyone, and today’s guest is no exception. Jump on their email list today at everysacredsunday.com to be the FIRST to know when their 2020 journals are available. Jul 21: 12. And I hope you know how thankful I am for you. And even though we’d had plenty of episodes on therapy, I realized I still had barriers built up around the idea of marriage counseling. Thankfully, marriage and family therapist Jessica Barboza could join me for a chat all about what marriage therapy is (and isn’t!) And I’m watching that bus close its doors and drive away. It seemed awkward and shameful. How do you know if you're truly 'called' to ministry? Launching spring 2017. Today’s episode is brought to you by Letters From a Catholic Feminist, our new biweekly newsletter. Plan a pilgrimage for 2021 and beyond by heading to selectinternationaltours.com/feminist. I’m crying in a Starbucks.). It’s easy, sisters, to be angry and allow our anger to divide us from our fellow sisters. 31.9k Followers, 432 Following, 895 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from The Catholic Feminist (@thecatholicfeminist) In her story, we can find lessons learned about keeping, spreading, and living the faith. Sam was on the show before a million years ago but I'm thrilled to have her back to talk about her new online community, FIAT. 73: The Upside of Social Media ft. Emily Mentock from The Catholic Feminist on Podchaser, aired Wednesday, 15th August 2018. This episode has also been brought to you by the CLT exam. Each week, we interview Catholic women on topics like poverty, refugees, eating disorders, mental health, and women's rights. To let things sink in before responding in a flash? Go to Hallow.com/catholicfeminist for a free 30-day trial. After four years, I’m hanging up my microphone. Her commentary is boldly Catholic and deeply insightful, with a perspective you’re not likely to hear anywhere else.After a few episodes, this one is guaranteed to become one of your regular podcasts. I think some tricky things, and I’m still figuring them out in my head and with my God. Each week, we interview Catholic women on topics like poverty, refugees, eating disorders, mental health, and women's rights. Sex and the Catholic Feminist takes the reader on an enlightening journey as to exactly how some of the most remarkable female leaders in history began their quest by helping women, but ultimately, ended up hurting them in many ways. Today's guest, Claudine Noel, shares her story of falling in love with the Catholic faith and being baptized with zero family present. For 10% off a pair of Catholic socks, enter FEM10 at checkout. Are you a cradle Catholic or a loud & proud convert? If you're currently experiencing burnout within your ministry job, know this: Jesus sees you. He does. Isn't surrogacy just helping women who want to have kids have them?! I hope you’re not mad at me. Today's guest is Gia Chacon, founder of For The Martyrs. The importance of counseling in her journey, How she became brave enough to talk about her struggles, Why no amount of pornography is healthy or good, Why coercion and porn are intrinsically linked. Enjoy! Know that the Catholic Feminist as a “brand” isn’t going away, it’s simply changing and taking a giant step back. You can add a review to show others what you thought. I hope you understand. How do you know if you should step away from your ministry job? I’m not surprised that you’re on fire for the topics we discuss on this show. You can. Even--especially--when others don't. Launching spring 2017. Welcome to Letters from a Catholic Feminist by me, Claire Swinarski. In today's episode, we're talking with writer and podcaster Samantha Stephenson all about egg donation, surrogacy, and other troubling bioethics developments that the world accepts and the church refuses. I have always hoped to lead by example. May we keep learning. When we hear “the troops”, we probably all have things pop into our head. You can change the world without being on social media and having the perfect post about the latest abortion law or immigration policy or public health crisis. Bring classics into your standardized testing by visiting cltexam.com and learning about this SAT/ACT alternative. (Am I making sense? Jesus hung out with the poor. So how can we treat our bodies like temples while also avoiding fat shaming or pride? This episode was brought to you by Ave Explores, an initiative of Ave Maria Press. The Catholic Feminist is a podcast for strong Catholic women who want to be inspired, informed, and intentional. Claire Swinarski. Lastly, the way many Catholics are engaging in discourse right now is a way that I don’t believe is pointing us towards truth. How Lindsey got started writing for the Chastity Project, Why she isn’t too keen on current Catholic fiction books. Should it be? Catholic and Feminist book. Emily is a wife, mom, and passionate ministry worker who has some great insight into burnout. Did you know that 1 in 5 women use the Internet for sexual activity every single week?! And I’m doing what HE asks me to, every single time. My husband has a name for Catholic feminists. I promise. That conversation is happening. Today’s guest is Elena Nunez Murdock, a passionate Latina and entrepreneur whose new company, Mission 2 Launch, helps Catholics transform their careers. Why Elena transitioned from ministry to secular work, Where she got her drive and entrepreneurial spirit, The difference between two types of capitalism, Why diversity in business is so important to her (and should be for all of us), What’s been bringing Elena closer to God lately, What Color is Your Parachute (We are no longer an Amazon affiliate. Enjoy! But you know who funds Catholic Relief Services, builds the churches, donates the food, influences the culture? I especially enjoyed hearing about Karna’s experience interviewing victims and how it impacted her views as a Catholic. This episode is perfect for you if you've been struggling to understand why some of our sisters who identify as black are upset, and want to have a conversation about it in a way that points towards Christ. We talk all about her new podcast, Crisis, which explores the origins and reforms of the sexual abuse crisis within our church. This episode was brought to you by Gather Together, a new book out from Ave Maria Press. I would say “I can’t believe we’re here!” but to be honest…I knew how phenomenal Catholic women were when I started this. I loved talking to Jessica and I’m honored to feature our conversation today—enjoy! If I were to grow the Catholic Feminist, or even sustain it at its current infrastructure, it would require me to do things I don’t believe I’m being called to do. With Claire Swinarski, 191 episodes. Are they diverse in thought and culture? That's how I was … 983 talking about this. 175: The Plight of the Persecuted Christian ft. Gia Chacon, 174: The Grace of Motherhood and Art ft. Ann Vaeth, This podcast hasn't been reviewed yet. It’s waiting to drive off to Catholic Celebrity Land, a place where I live out my days preaching the Gospel as a profession. Sign up for all of the free content at avemariapress.com and learn what the holy witness of the saints means for us. This spring, when many of us were unable to attend Mass, we felt the ache for normalcy and the sacraments. Today's episode is also brought to you by the CLT exam. It's one of the joys of the podcast that I get to sometimes sit with my besties and do deep dives over their life decisions--ha! I could launch a conference! And she never stopped doing either! Enjoy! A place where some people, surely, are called. There are no lists that include "The Catholic Feminist". Today's episode is brought to you by Select International Tours. How Danielle’s work at the USCCB has transformed, How we can define a “racist act” and why that leads to conflict, That Joe Biden “you ain’t black” conversation, A Catholic perspective on Black Lives Matter, How she thinks pre-cana could transform into a more therapeutic experience, Danielle’s first podcast episode with us, Open Wide Our Hearts: A Pastoral Letter Against Racism. A podcast for strong Catholic women who want to feel inspired, informed, and intentional. I also enjoyed chatting with her about the word feminist: why is it so inflammatory? When I first read Sister Desiré's public letter on being the only black Felician sister, I was struck by one line in particular: that she felt invisible. Why Sam closed the FemCatholic Facebook group and created FIAT, How she feels about the use of the word “feminist” and how it’s evolved, How we can use our unique gifts to make the world more Gospel-centered, What’s been bringing Sam closer to God lately. Today, I’m sharing one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever made: the Catholic Feminist’s season 4 finale episode in November will be its last. Sign up for all of the free content at avemariapress.com and learn what the holy witness of the saints means for us. This episode was also brought to you by Sock Religious. The female’s body knows when something just…ain’t right. The Catholic Feminist is a podcast for strong Catholic women who want to be inspired, informed, and intentional. If I know nothing else in life it’s that radical trust in Jesus has never failed me, and it won’t start to now. These are the questions Emily and I tackle together, and it was a gift to have her on the show. If you still have hesitations about calling yourself a feminist or if people you know to be perfectly pleasant turn into...less-than-charitable-children-of-God online, this is the perfect episode for you! It would be quite easy for me, at this point, to become a Professional Catholic: a speaker at conferences, on this plane or that, taking selfies and advertising my own thoughts. She’s here to share her story of healing, how her sexual abuse as a child impacted her addiction, and why she’s so focused on helping others know their true worth and break the bonds of porn. I could drop some dollar bills on fancy branding. When the CFP finale airs in November, you can still get your Catholic feminism fix by reading Catholic essays, book roundups, guest articles, and more twice a month. I also really appreciate her passion for diversity and her focus on having a company that represents the universality of the church. The rich, friend. When the CFP finale airs in November, you can still get your Catholic feminism fix by reading Catholic essays, book roundups, guest articles, and more twice a month. A few months ago I heard one of my favorite podcasters mention that she went to marriage counseling sometimes with her husband, and I’m embarrassed to admit that I was a bit…scandalized. It’s going to make some of you sad. If you have greater than $4,000 in property or your bank account, congratulations—you’re in the top 50% of wealth owners in the world. Today’s episode is brought to you by Every Sacred Sunday. I am with you in this, even without my voice in your headphones. He calls them “Catho-feminists.” Catho-feminists are practicing Catholics who adhere to the Church’s teachings but otherwise live their lives by the feminist code—they don’t take their husband’s last name, put their careers before their families, and have their own interpretation of Ephesians 5:24. Today’s episode is also brought to you by Select International. The Catholic “both/and” is useful here: Feminism is both necessary for being a Catholic woman and one of the reasons you will be tested as a Catholic feminist. CRAPPY ADVICE: To be a good disciple, you need to sell everything in your house, grab a knapsack, and become a missionary somewhere. Go check it out and listen to his podcast, Smart Passive Income—he has many episodes on podcasting. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. We’re talking everything from Black Lives Matter to talking to your specific priest about racial justice to how to have conversations about race in a way that honors God. Maribel Rodriguez Laguna is a therapist on the board of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association. In the meantime, tell your friends! We chat about why burnout occurs, why so many "wounded healers" enter ministry and mission work, and why there's *still* so much stigma around mental health issues in Catholicism. We're told that we can't look away from problems of the world: we must be knee-deep in activism at all times, constantly aware...but is it okay to step back? And so, there’s time for a choice: the bus is here, waiting for me to get on. One that looks like FOMO—knowing I could do a great job at this, if I kept going, and knowing that instead, others will. I am choosing, for now, a different road. Personally, it reminded me that all around the world, millions of Christians are being persecuted for their faith--that the ability to safely attend mass is a privilege I have that so many others don't. I stink. Not me: us. I just wanted to chat with you today about how to walk forward as a Catholic feminist, and how to celebrate the Gospel goodness + your fellow sisters. The Catholic Feminist Podcast was created to inspire you to actually do something: in your local community, in your family, among your real-life friends. ), TED: The Way We Think About Charity Is Dead Wrong. Enjoy! Until we can answer this, we will find it difficult to think constructively about the prior question of whether it is possible simultaneously to be both Catholic and feminist. Why is it so vital? What do the Catholic Feminist Bible Studies consist of? Enjoy! She's also a writer, and her book When God Wrecks Your Romance discusses the tumultuous time in her life when she dated a man who eventually discerned the priesthood. This podcast, its content, and its artwork are not owned by, affiliated with, or endorsed by Podchaser. You can change the world on your own porch more than you can change the world on a podcast. Elena and I are talking all about wealth: is it bad? I have no shortage of ideas and plenty of work ethic. Today’s episode is brought to you by Select to Give, a charitable giving program that helps persecuted Christians in the Holy Land. It’s a different space. I’m scared that people will be mad at me, and my heart’s pretty fragile right now. A podcast for strong Catholic women who want to feel inspired, informed, and intentional. Her insight on the history of the field of psychology is so interesting, and I love what she has to say about knowing when it's time to seek counseling. What does burnout feel like? It’s one that will be fine. We also dive in to why she decided to join us on our 2021 pilgrimage to France. I’ll still be on Instagram. This is a heavy topic handled with grace and compassion, and while it may frustrate you as it did me, I hope that it also empowers you to constantly speak the truth, no matter what the consequences may be. Check it out at avemariapress.com! And I need them to look somewhere else: to Heaven. Each week, we interview Catholic women on topics like poverty, refugees, eating disorders, mental health, and women's rights. I had many people request to read the email that was sent to email subscribers. Let’s talk about sex, baby 🎶😂 Today on the show we welcome back Dr. Monique Ruberu, a Catholic wife, mother, and OBGYN. 175: The Plight of the Persecuted Christian ft. Gia Chacon. I’m not surprised that you’re on fire for the topics we discuss on this show. A podcast for strong Catholic women who want to feel inspired, informed, and intentional. Author Lindsey Todd and I are talking about why she writes novels, why we think so much Catholic fiction falls flat for us, and why it's important for Catholics to read outside of our bubbles from time to time. This episode was also brought to you by Hallow, the meditation app for Catholics. I hope you’re proud of me. While we still love Audible, we are no longer an Amazon affiliate for books. I started this show because it was the best way I could live the truth of the gospel and start a new conversation. Why her kids have made her a better artist, Whether she struggles with the Instagram comparison game, My 6 kids aren’t a burden, my selfishness is. What to do if you’re feeling burnout from education or activism work, How to decide if something is mental health related or spiritual attack, Why so many Catholics fear the field of psychology, What’s been bringing Maribel closer to God lately, The Plight of the Persecuted Christian ft. Gia Chacon, The Grace of Motherhood and Art ft. Ann Vaeth, Rekindling Our Catholic Faith ft. Mallory Smyth, Holy Exhaustion vs. Burnout ft. Emily Linn, Finding Freedom From Sexual Abuse and Pornography ft. Bella Bryant, Fitness, Faith and Feminism ft. Rebecca Dussault, Accepting Change and Unexpected Gifts ft. Danielle Noonan, The Bioethics of Catholic Feminism ft. Samantha Stephenson, Talking About Racial Justice in a God-Honoring Way ft. Danielle Brown, Marriage Therapy and Pre-Cana ft. Jessica Barboza, Covering the Catholic Sex Abuse Crisis ft. Karna Lozoya, Why I'm Ending the Catholic Feminist Podcast, Intimacy No Matter Your Season ft. Amanda Vernon, Reading and Writing Catholic Fiction ft. Lindsey Todd, Authentic Intimacy and Racial Justice ft. Sr. Desiré Findlay, Conversion and Personal Development ft. Claudine Noel, Capitalism, Networking, and Career Transitions ft. Elena Nunez Murdock, Online Discourse and Finding Community ft. Sam Povlock, Affirmation Therapy and Activism Burnout ft. Maribel Rodriguez Laguna. This ones for my book nerds: where you at? Many of us, I suspect, think the answer to this question should be "yes," if only because we believe ourselves to be both. I’d like to embrace that intuition. Do they speak to people with charity? Furthermore, the Catholic Feminist is at times preventing me from being the Catholic feminist I would like to be. , good church right now is a wife, and intentional about what marriage therapy was for who... 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