Carrie Gress

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Carrie Gress, PhD, is a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center where she co-directs EPPC’s Theology of Home Project. She earned her doctorate in philosophy from the Catholic University of America, as is the co-editor at the online women’s magazine Theology of Home.

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Carrie Gress, PhD, is a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center where she co-directs EPPC’s Theology of Home Project. She earned her doctorate in philosophy from the Catholic University of America, as is the co-editor at the online women’s magazine Theology of Home.

Carrie has written for numerous publications and is a frequent guest on radio and television. She is the author of eight books, including The Marian Option and The Anti-Mary Exposed. She co-authored City of Saints; A Pilgrim’s Guide to John Paul II’s Krakow with George Weigel and Theology of Home I & II, with Noelle Mering.

Carrie is a homeschooling mother of five and lives in Virginia.

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Why Don’t We Tell Women What’s Making Them Miserable?

Carrie Gress

With so many feminist advances, women should be getting happier instead of just more medicated.

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National Review Online / August 29, 2021

‘Pride and Prejudice,’ Msgr. Burrill and Spiritual Fruitfulness: Let the Light Shine in the Darkness

Carrie Gress

It is no accident that fruitfulness is now missing on the spiritual level. With some exceptions, it has been all but abandoned by the culture and even the faithful.

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National Catholic Register / July 30, 2021

The War Against Our Lady and Womanhood Marches On

Carrie Gress

We now live with a cool and edgy cocktail of Marxism and the occult. Women have been drinking it up ever since, with men either embracing it or left unsure how to counter it.

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National Catholic Register / July 23, 2021

Today’s Slave Traders Get Botox

Carrie Gress

Celebrities, politicians, journalists make it clear that without abortion, we can only be headed to The Handmaid’s Tale. The tidy fear-mongering narrative, the perfectly coiffed hair, the manicured hands, the on-trend fashions, all speak a convincing language of authority and truth. But at some point, we need to pull back the curtain a bit more and expose the lies delivered by the silver-tongued and perfectly groomed.

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The Stream / May 23, 2021

Why The Cultural Assault On Natural Womanhood Robs Women Of Fulfillment

Carrie Gress

We have dismissed womanhood and all its attending realities, like having children and raising them. Meanwhile, we’ve encouraged women to become so men-like that we can’t tell the difference anymore. If we can, we aren’t supposed to say that part out loud. We have scarcely any idea what true womanhood or manhood is anymore.

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The Federalist / April 26, 2021