For Women’s History Month (March in case you didn’t know), the Diocese of Saginaw, Michigan put a link to the web site distinguishedwomen.com. Of course, this site, being a standard modernist site, includings paeans to Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood and admirer of Hitler, and Nafis Sadik, former executive director of the UN Population Fund, and other “distinguished” women.
If a Catholic diocese wants to honor Women’s History Month, what about the thousands of female saints in the history of the Catholic Church? Or is sanctity and holiness not something worthy of emulation by young Catholic women?[Thanks to Diogenes for the link.]