Carrie Gress

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Carrie Gress, Ph.D., 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 and is the co-editor at the online women’s magazine Theology of Home.

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Carrie Gress, Ph.D., 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 and 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 ten books, including The Anti-Mary Exposed and The End of Woman. 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 and III with Noelle Mering.

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

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3 Ways Feminism Laid The Groundwork For Transgenderism

Carrie Gress

Feminism fundamentally changed the way Western civilization thinks about biology, language, and law.

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The Federalist / July 5, 2024

Lord, Make Us Ordinary

Carrie Gress

No one should be surprised by the results of a culture so distracted, disinterested, and disengaged.

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The Catholic Thing / July 5, 2024

What a Tangled Web We Weave Because Gay People Cannot Conceive

Carrie Gress

A bill that will facilitate the sale of babies is making its way through Massachusetts Legislature.

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The Stream / June 14, 2024

The Abortion Industry Owes Its Success To The Proliferation Of Feminism

Carrie Gress

If we are serious about helping women and protecting the vulnerable, we must stop believing the lie that feminism has been good for women.

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The Federalist / June 4, 2024

Criticize Harrison Butker all you want. Homemaking is back.

Carrie Gress

The shift away from hostility to motherhood isn’t just in what women are saying but also in what women are doing.

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Washington Examiner / May 18, 2024

Being ‘Triggered’ By Mother’s Day Proves The Irreplaceable Role Of Moms

Carrie Gress

We are watching the self-inflicted wounds of a culture that has been trying to erase motherhood for five decades, and the results are not pretty.

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The Federalist / May 9, 2024

The Pro-Life Movement Has A Storytelling Problem

Carrie Gress

Women are drawn toward what is aspirational and beautiful, not scary stories of grueling and unfamiliar situations.

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The Federalist / April 22, 2024

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 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