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Only In Print: Women Saints of the Diocese

This Doctor of the Church who lived 1515-1582 is known as a great mystic who founded many convents in Spain. She empowered her nuns to be rooted in their “interior castle” as a place to encounter Jesus.

Compiled by William Schmitt

Women’s History Month is one of those “teachable moments” that encourages Americans to become more familiar with the past. The Catholic Church has resources for embracing history that can’t be beat. They may have a quality that spans the globe or centers us right where we live, or they might do both.

The latter is the case with the churches in the Diocese of Brooklyn…

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