How the Sexual Revolution ruined friendship

| November 20, 2013

The suggestion that “intimacy” necessarily translates into “sex”—which it certainly does not—is one that is extraordinarily reductionist in its analysis of the human person. The idea that two human beings cannot share a close, personal, and meaningful relationship with each other without any sexual component whatsoever is one that assumes human beings, in all their […]

On Friendship

| June 12, 2013

My dear friend, Angela, sends me let­ters and emails as time per­mits. My heart glows with joy when I receive them, even before I open the let­ter and read a sin­gle word. She always sends me words of encour­ag­ment, exhor­ta­tion, love. She doesn’t sugar-coat things, but she gives me such godly coun­sel. She reminds me of […]

If I Could Only Be Like Her

| December 27, 2011

This is a wonderful post I just discovered this evening: We all know her. She is the woman who has it all together. She has the love of 1 Corinthians 13 down pat and she never falters. She always smiles at her husband and is his constant encouragement. She is gentle and kind and practices […]

Modesty Helps Women Be Friends

| August 6, 2011

This piece from the National Catholic Register has to be one of the best articles I’ve ever read on reasons for modesty, highlighting one I don’t think many of us consider…but one that is nevertheless very important: our relationships with other women. Though each woman may have different ideas about exactly what it means to […]

Preview of the results of “Sewing Love!

| July 18, 2011

I got a few quickie photos taken by a friend back in Alabama and hope to post a full report with more pictures soon, but I wanted to get this up now so you could see a preview of the thrilling day! Have you found Beautiful Womanhood helpful? Please consider supporting our efforts. Any purchase […]