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message 1: by Anne (new)

Anne Smeets (annesmts) | 2 comments Hey everyone!

I wasn't raised Christian and I've only been discovering Catholicism for the last year or so, so a lot of Catholic teaching is still new to me. Right now, I'm delving in the subject of masculinity and femininity. I'm looking for Catholic books that are about the differences between men and women. So far, the only books I've found are about marriage, but I would love to read books that deal with the subject of gender outside of marriage as well.. Do you have any tips?

Thank you in advance! :)

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message 3: by Libin (new)

Libin | 2 comments I thought the book Courage To Be Married covered this topic really well as well.

message 4: by Sue (new)

Sue (sue1981) | 2 comments St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) wrote an in-depth study of the topic, "Essays on Women." Not directed especially at the differences between the sexes, but what it truly means to be a woman.

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Christine | 19 comments Nice recommendations

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