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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Feminism Gets All Dolled Up To Appeal To A New Generation In ‘Barbie’

Carrie Gress

New Book ‘The End Of Woman’ Explores The Toxic Roots Of Feminism

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Daily Wire / July 26, 2023

LGBTQ+ May Seem New, but It Grew From an Old Ideology

Carrie Gress

The ideas underpinning our societal wreckage are much older than most of us realize. The blueprint for it was set centuries ago, going back to the earliest stages of the feminist movement …

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In the Culture War, Don’t Forget Culture

Carrie Gress

It’s time for us to start taking culture seriously instead of passing it off as mere fluff. What we’ve long considered unimportant and not intellectually serious is what’s forming the souls of those who have nothing else to form them.

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Theology of Home / April 19, 2023

I’m Breaking Up With Barnes And Noble

Carrie Gress

One day, they stopped selling their cinnamon scones. Then I started noticing an uptick in crystals, tarot cards, and astrology books.

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The Federalist / March 20, 2023

Amber VanVickle, Requiescat in Pace

Carrie Gress

“What does God want from me?” Freedom. Freedom in knowing that God’s ways are beyond us, beyond our understanding. Freedom to know that God will do anything to bring us to him, even break our hearts, because the reward is so much greater.”

-Amber VanVickle

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Theology of Home / February 25, 2023

What Makes a Home

Carrie Gress

Commentary on the making of a home and simple beauty of doing so

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The Epoch Times / January 31, 2023

Victimhood’s Badge of Honor

Carrie Gress

Escaping victimhood changes everything.

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Theology of Home / January 24, 2023

Conservatives’ Women Problem

Carrie Gress

What most of feminism’s adherents have missed is that the first feminists asked the wrong question.

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The Epoch Times / November 22, 2022

Are Pro-Aborts Burning Through Their Credibility?

Carrie Gress

Could it be that elite women have finally spent their credibility? Could they have finally lost the sway they have held on to with well-manicured fingers for five decades?

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The Epoch Times / July 6, 2022

The Pro-Choice Fairytale

Carrie Gress

The power of the new feminist fairytale is highly compelling, but it comes at a cost.

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The Epoch Times / May 19, 2022

Second-Wave Feminists Pushed the Sexual Revolution to End America, and It’s Working

Carrie Gress

That pseudo-litany chanted by the 12 women in the upper room has been heard, felt, and suffered by all the world as the family has been destroyed, replaced by a population of noble narcissists.

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The Federalist / April 19, 2022

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