Feminism in the mold of Margaret Sanger has only aggravated male-female tensions and left men and women alike confused and seeking something greater. That "greater" that they seek is found in the Blessed Mother, Mary of Nazareth, and in her relationship with the true Man, Jesus Christ. In this presentation we take a brief look at the history of the feminist movement, its positives, and its errors. We'll see how Mary is not only the fulfillment of the desires motivating this movement, but how we can counter the modern errors with her help. As always, all to the greatest glory of her Son!
Sr. Jillian Cooke is a member of a Secular Institute, the Father Kolbe Missionaries of the Immaculata--not a religious, but a lay-consecrated. Sister made her perpetually profession in March 2015, and entered when I was 22. She has a Masters in Theology from Holy Apostles, a Masters in Pastoral Ministry from St. John's., and an undergraduate is from Thomas Aquinas College. She is 34, a California native, the oldest of 10 children.