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Saint Julian of Norwich, English mystic

Last edited 1st December 2010

This week the Pope dedicated his general audience to Julian of Norwich, an as part of his catechetical series on "The Role of Women in the Church". Saint Julian was an English mystic and a Benedictine nun, who is known for her visions of Jesus.

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Saint Juliana of Liège

Last edited 17th November 2010

This week, the Pope dedicated his general audience to Saint Juliana of Liège, as part of his catechetical series on "The Role of Women in the Church". St. Juliana was a religious woman and visionary from Belgium, known for her "capacious memory," her gift of prophecy, and religious devotion. Traditionally she is recognised as the promoter of the feast of Corpus Christi.

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St. Elizabeth of Hungary

Last edited 17th November 2010

On 17 November, we honour a woman who was so holy and charitable during her life, that she was canonised only 4 years after her death - Saint Elizabeth of Hungary.

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Saint Elizabeth of Hungary

Last edited 20th October 2010

The Pope dedicated his General Audience on Wednesday 20 October to Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, as part of his catechetical series on "The Role of Women in the Church". Although she was royalty, Saint Elizabeth was dedicated to the poor and to prayer - watch this video for more.

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Pope's General Audience on Saint Gertrude the Great

Last edited 6th October 2010

Also known as Saint Gertrude of Helfta, she was a German Benedictine, mystic, and theologian. Listen to the Pope speak about Saint Gertrude as part of his catechetical series on "The Role of Women in the Church"

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Pope Begins a New Catechetical Series on the Role of Women in the Church

Last edited 2nd September 2010

At the General Audience this week, Benedict XVI focused his weekly catechesis on the witness of German Saint Hildegard of Bingen. In recent months, the Pope has spoken about a number of Saints from the Middle Ages. Over the next few weeks, he will be looking at prominent women of that historical period who are Saints.

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The Dignity of Women

Last edited 4th August 2010

June 29 is the feast of St Martha - a close friend of Jesus while He was on earth. According to Pope John Paul II, God used Martha in the Gospels to show the importance and the dignity of women. Watch this video for more!

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Turning Heads or Turning Hearts? Part 1

Last edited 29th July 2010

John Burton is a 24-year old teacher from Albury, which is a town in country Australia. As a young Catholic living in the midst of the 21st century, he gives the male perspective on modesty, sexuality and the meaning of the body.

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Beloved: The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia

Last edited 6th July 2010

A touching insight into the vocation and the lives of the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia, commonly known as the Nashville Dominicans.

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The Sisters of Life

Last edited 10th May 2010

The Sisters of Life is a contemplative/active religious community dedicated to protecting and advancing a sense of the sacredness of all human life.

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