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Episode 1 — A Love Letter to Women

Pope John Paul II raising hand in greeting.
Pope St. John Paul II is the author of the 1995 Letter to Women as well as the 1987 Apostolic Letter Mulieris Dignitatem, where the term ‘feminine genius’ first came about.

In this episode, I talked about:

  • Pope St. John Paul II's 1995 Letter to Women

  • Jesus and the Woman of Samaria — John 4:1-26

  • The Woman Caught in Adultery — John 8:1-11

On this episode of The Feminine Genius Podcast, I wanted to dive in and really explore some of the themes that Pope St. John Paul II draws on from his 1995 Letter to Women, where the term “feminine genius” and “the genius of women” originates. In the current crisis of women, we need to look at where our identity truly lies — and that is in Jesus alone. God has given us each a unique set of gifts and talents to build up His kingdom, and He needs you to live that out so that you can be a light for others in the world!

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