Theology of Home Project publication

Think the First Wave Is a Model for Women? Think Again.

Carrie Gress

We are suffering from the destruction of what feminism targeted from the very beginning.

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The American Spectator / April 10, 2024

No One Envies Those Who Suffer

Carrie Gress

Christ and His saints have redeemed suffering, not to make it disappear, but to reveal it as the hidden way.

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The Catholic Thing / March 25, 2024

The Sadness of the Woke

Noelle Mering

A study out of Finland confirms what we knew all along about wokeism.

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National Catholic Register / March 22, 2024

The Gospel of Discontent: How Feminism Shattered Our Understanding of Motherhood

Carrie Gress

The communist vision of a genderless worker has supplanted the Christian creed and its vision of mother and child.

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The American Spectator / March 21, 2024

Where is the Laughter?

Carrie Gress

Shared events and meals are sometimes awkward, sometimes tedious, often full of bustle and busyness, clatter and cleaning, but more than anything, they should be punctuated by laughter, the kind of laughter that comes from safety and comfort and connection.

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The Catholic Thing / March 18, 2024

Craving the Maternal

Carrie Gress

In a world shot through with chaos, disorder, ugliness, and the vile, we want something more; we want the beauty of the maternal.

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The Epoch Times / March 12, 2024

7 Ways to Keep the Wokeness Out of Your Home and Away from Your Kids

Noelle Mering

Family is a deeply stabilizing force. Cultural revolutions thrive on the instability that comes with the erosion of parental authority.

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Theology of Home / March 4, 2024

Is Catholic Feminism Working?

Carrie Gress

Catholic women currently contracept, abort, and divorce at roughly the same rates as non-Catholic women.

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The Catholic Thing / March 1, 2024

How A 19th-Century Black Painter Used Landscapes To Chronicle The Underground Railroad

Carrie Gress

The beautiful landscapes Duncanson painted were not just created for his own pleasure or as mementos but can be read in a much more intriguing light.

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The Federalist / February 29, 2024

How feminism’s lies caused ‘The End of Woman’

Carrie Gress

Motherhood as a general concept applicable to all women isn’t exclusive to the home but has elastic enough principles that can be applied to any workplace.

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Blaze Media / February 28, 2024

Threading the Feminist Needle

Carrie Gress

Motherhood’s lean reputation developed as feminists emphasized the service and demands it requires, even presenting it as a form of codependency or simplemindedness.

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Law & Liberty / January 22, 2024

History’s Most Interesting Coat

Carrie Gress

Polish nobleman Thaddeus Kosciuszko contributed to the American Revolution in many ways. He also contributed Catherine the Great’s coat to Thomas Jefferson.

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Theology of Home / December 11, 2023