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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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

The Women’s Vote and Feminism’s Triumph

Carrie Gress

Abortion makes the myth believable.

American Spectator / November 10, 2023

Feminism’s Dark DNA

Carrie Gress

The occult has a long history of being a way for women who feel powerless to exert their power and to control others – especially those they feel oppress them.

National Catholic Register / November 1, 2023

The Catholic Church Needs Mothers, Not Synodality

Carrie Gress

Women like Sts. Helen, Monica, Catherine of Siena and Teresa of Calcutta are reminders that, more than anything else, what the Church, the world, and all men, women and children need is simple.

National Catholic Register / October 27, 2023

Is it the beginning of the end of the Girlboss Era?

Carrie Gress

There’s a new groundswell emerging in media that hasn’t been seen, maybe ever. Conservative women are challenging the regnant feminist narrative.

Washington Examiner / October 22, 2023

6 Ways To Detox From Marxist Feminism For A Happier Life

Carrie Gress

Utility, productivity, and power have supplanted the virtues of what we used to equate with a good woman. How do we detox from this poison?

The Federalist / October 18, 2023

Can There Be Christian Feminism?

Carrie Gress

Adding Christianity to feminism’s broken message hasn’t been clarifying.

The Catholic Thing / October 9, 2023

I’m a mother of five. No one fights like moms to protect their children

Carrie Gress

Moms all over America have had it with what is happening to our country

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FOX News / August 15, 2023

Feminism’s Fairy Tales Have Erased Women

Carrie Gress

No longer is envy the downfall of women, but a badge of honor. And the ones we envy aren’t younger upstarts, but men, and not the best of men, but men like Hugh Hefner or Don Draper.

Newsweek / August 8, 2023

Women Are Reaping the Consequences of “Smashing the Patriarchy”

Carrie Gress

One might think that, with all this emphasis on feminism, women would have some sort of answer as to what women are—an answer that could easily distinguish women from men in our achievements and aspirations, and that would provide a clear understanding of what our gifts are and why we are proud to be women.

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Daily Caller / August 8, 2023

Rediscovering authentic womanhood and motherhood is the future of feminism

Carrie Gress

In her provocative new book, “The End of Woman,” expert author Carrie Gress challenges the impact of feminism, an ideology that originally aimed to “smash the patriarchy” but appears to have made male lives the norm for everyone, blurring the definition of “woman” after 50 years of radical feminism.

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Our Sunday Visitor / August 1, 2023