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A bust of Edith Cavell in Brussels unveiled earlier this month (AP)

The First World War nurse exemplified all the qualities associated with an ideal of womanhood that’s not fashionable today

Sarah Hepola

Blackout, by Sarah Hepola, is frank and shocking, but ends with hope in a higher power

A mother holds her children during Mass (Photo: CNS)

A doctor has spoken of the agony women feel when they realise they can no longer start a family

Amber Rudd, new Climate Change Secretary. Women have an increased presence in the Cabinet (Photo: PA)

This genius makes a vital contribution to culture – and decadence may follow if it is lost

Francis appeals to young Catholic women who love Mother Church just as she is

Francis is the greatest ally women have

Following some unguarded remarks by the Pontiff, feminists are forming a queue to denounce him as a misogynist. Those who are really paying attention know that’s nonsense

Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama, president of the Nigerian bishops' conference (CNS/Simon Caldwell)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 14/01/15

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Cardinal Burke says radical feminism has assaulted the Church (PA)

The cardinal portrays men as feeble victims of a ‘feminised’ Church. He should give them more credit than that

A tribute to the murdered journalists outside the French Consulate in San Francisco (AP)

Morning Catholic must-reads: 08/01/15

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

Emily Davison throwing herself under the King's horse at the Epsom Derby in 1913

Despite what Germaine Greer says, true liberation comes from self-sacrifice

Pro-life protestors at a vigil in Dublin

Anne R Lastman’s Redeeming Grief avoids politicising abortion debate