The Chinese communist leader Mao Zedong said that “women hold up half the sky.”
In fact, they hold up much more than half.
That is certainly the case in the Church, where they get too little recognition, thanks, or
authority for all they do.
Women religious may get a bit more recognition than their sisters, but even those religious are frequently marginalized by a general focus on bishops and clergy, and their paternalistic and often misogynist authority.
There are millions of Marcianas bringing up children of overseas workers in the true faith
My prayer book and rosary are my weapons in times of joy and sorrow, says Mary Hariyat a Catholic mother
If you trust in God, he will provide everything, says 68-year-old Sonny Leng from Phnom Penh
Gabriella Minj, a tribal Catholic mother has become a symbol of Christian faith through her 'firm faith in Jesus'
The more difficulties I face, the deeper and stronger my faith becomes, says Benedette Marang Ji Grawng
For Maria Yuliana Farida keeping her faith alive and fighting for her rights is now part of her daily routine.
Mary Song Thi May ‘is a special gift from God bringing His love to her people’ in Mai Yen Parish in Mai Son district.
For 87-year-old Thresiamma, nothing works without the blessing of Jesus
Monju Rozario manages to push forward in her daily life and faith while standing firm as the backbone of her family
Catholic Parveen Bibi's life is an example of how poor Christian mothers contribute to the Church's growth in Pakistan