Mothers of the Church
"The battleground is in the mind. We are going to have to equip young people to protect their minds early and also to give adults the tools to recover their minds."
What is Mothers of the Church?
Mothers of the Church is a new group promoting the importance and contribution of women within society and within the Catholic Church. The program introduces a role for women of all backgrounds and vocations, single, married, or within religious life. The Mothers of the Church initiative seeks to equip women with confidence in their ability to offer maternity in their home, yes, and also in their communities and parishes. This course gives participants an opportunity to advance and explore both their personal development and faith.
The aim of Mothers of the Church is to highlight the importance and contribution of women within society and the Catholic Church. This initiative is designed to equip women with the confidence to offer their maternity in their home, communities, and parishes.
Year One was run and filmed in Kilmore Diocese over the course of 2018/2019. The course is taught by Kathryn Clarke and Margaret McGahon, MSc, MIAHIP and covers key concepts such as Emulating Our Lady's Maternity, Attachment Theory, Communication and Conflict Management, The Impact of Your Relationship with God On Your Maternity, Mind and Mother, The Exterior and Interior Life, Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships, Boundaries, The Passion and Mind of God.
Year Two expands upon the teachings of Year One and will cover such topics as Deliberate Imagining, Radical Spiritual Acceptance, A Deeper Look into Boundaries, Relentless Gratitude, Unwavering Fidelity, Decisive Faith, Willing Detachment
Year Two is now available for subscription!Enroll Here
"Mothers of the Church is contemporary, balanced and thought-provoking-I love it! Every time I log in to the online course and watch one of the talks, I learn something new. This course has helped me grow in my faith...I feel more relaxed and happy in my relationships."Geraldine, 56