Voices

Voices

Welcome to Endow Voices, an online platform connecting faith, culture and our everyday lives.

This is a space for you to engage with female experts in various fields to answer questions from the philosophical to the practical to the mundane on how to be a Catholic woman in today's crazy world. Topics spanning from business, art, medicine, bioethics, media, theology, law, philosophy, and more.

It is our hope that this space will foster collaboration among heroic women in the home, the convent, the workplace and in the culture while providing a forum for women to engage each other, develop relationships and get advice from experts for you to share online among friends.

We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity and submit any question you or those around you might be grappling with and we’ll help find you the best answer we can.

Submit your question to info@endowgroups.org

Jenny Uebbing: Turn off your Autopilot Mom

Jenny Uebbing: Turn off your Autopilot Mom

Q: I love my faith and that doesn’t change, but as a busy mom of two toddlers I don’t have the same time I used to t...

Alice Von Hildebrand: Ships in the Dark – A reflection on Edith Stein & Dietrich Von Hildebrand

Alice Von Hildebrand: Ships in the Dark – A reflection on Edith Stein & Dietrich Von Hildebrand

Ships in the dark. In hindsight, one both marvels and regrets that two people who had so much in common never develop...

Helen Alvare: The Great Paradox of “Two-ness”

Helen Alvare: The Great Paradox of “Two-ness”

Q: Helen, I heard you mentioned this definition of “two- ness” at the GIVEN conference and it undervalues the good o...

Timmerie Millington: A Pro-Life, Pro- Woman Mindset.

Timmerie Millington: A Pro-Life, Pro- Woman Mindset.

Q: In light of this years Women’s march I’m reflecting and often encounter how to be a strong pro life voice amongst...

Kathleen Littleton: Fighting for your Daughter’s Soul.

Kathleen Littleton: Fighting for your Daughter’s Soul.

Q: I have 4 young daughters and look around me at the challenges young girls are facing today about their dignity and se...

Jenna Guizar: Sharing Your Gifts isn’t Self-Promotion, it’s Evangelization

Jenna Guizar: Sharing Your Gifts isn’t Self-Promotion, it’s Evangelization

Q: I want to start a business and have a gift that I know I can share with others. I’m hesitant though because to do t...

SISTER PRUDENCE ALLEN, RSM: WHAT IS FEMINISM?  WHICH KINDS OF FEMINISM ARE COMPATIBLE WITH CATHOLIC TEACHINGS?

SISTER PRUDENCE ALLEN, RSM: WHAT IS FEMINISM? WHICH KINDS OF FEMINISM ARE COMPATIBLE WITH CATHOLIC TEACHINGS?

Q:WHAT IS FEMINISM?  WHICH KINDS OF FEMINISM ARE COMPATIBLE WITH CATHOLIC TEACHINGS? Even though the word ‘feminis...

Kendra Tierney: Catholic All Year

Kendra Tierney: Catholic All Year

Q: What are the basic for living liturgically with young kids? I had a very loving attentive mother growing up, but she ...

Jenny Uebbing: Screen Time – Is it Damaging My Kids?

Jenny Uebbing: Screen Time – Is it Damaging My Kids?

I want Catholic advice on screen time. Not for myself, but for my kids. Not just TV, but having parents that constantly ...

Erica Tighe: Knowing Your Mission – Catholic Entrepreneurship & Business

Erica Tighe: Knowing Your Mission – Catholic Entrepreneurship & Business

Q: How do you work with clients that might not share the same catholic values as you? At what point do you say no ...

So far we have been amazingly blessed with the following women signed up as regular contributors. Keep a look out as we’ll be adding more regularly.

  • Alice Von Hildebrand: Philosophy and Womanhood
  • Marilyn Coors: Science, Medicine, Bioethics and Faith
  • Helen Alvare: Finding Truth in the Age of Relativism
  • Linda Grimm: Defending Dignity and our Legal System
  • Kathleen Domingo: Life Issues and the Public Square
  • Jenny Uebbing: Catholic Culture and the New Feminism
  • Michelle Chandler: Mom, Wife and the Interior Life
  • Jenna Guizar: Leadership and Ministry

Events

A Night with Endow

We are now offering a Night with Endow in California! If you don’t have time to join a small group, want to get a taste of what Endow has to offer before committing, or just need a night to be refueled on your faith – this is for you.

You gather the group, we host a dynamic, thoughtful speaker at your parish. We ask you to just come, sit and be with us as we take care of the rest providing a thoughtful reflection and understanding of where our faith and culture intersect to fuel your light as busy women in this world. See steps below for learning more and setting a date!

Steps for Inquiry

Contact Katherine at:

katherine.meeks@endowgroups.org

  1. Tell us your parish & what date you are thinking
  2. Which topic? (Catholic Feminism or The Christian Meaning of Suffering)
  3. Endow will coordinate with our speakers and match the date and topic with you
  4. Invite women & advertise
  5. Step back and let us take care of the rest!
Sair Del Toro Radio Show

Monday – Friday 10:00 am PST – Guadalupe Radio

Footprints

Women in the pew are experiencing unexpected pregnancies – Care Net‘s survey says 4 in 10 women who have had an abortion were churchgoers when they ended a pregnancy. Unfortunately, most women don’t turn to the Church for help because 65% say church members judge single women who are pregnant.

These women are among us, they are our daughters and our sisters. They need support and love as they accept the unexpected gift from God and the difficult journey that can come from choosing life.

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Outreach

Endow’s mission is to help all women, especially those most marginalized, recognize the origin of their own dignity and embrace the freedom found in that knowledge.

Endow’s mission includes the important work of outreach to those in need. And in a particular way, we desire to serve the needs of those women in homeless shelters, pregnancy centers, women’s clinics, and jails.

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