John Paul

last updated 12/7/2016

John Paul

Doctor at ENDOW

Location:
6021 S. SYRACUSE WAY, Englewood, Colorado, United States
Company:
ENDOW
HQ Phone:
(720) 382-5242

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Staff | Endow

In high school Emily decided to embrace the faith in its fullness in no small part due to John Paul's writing on the feminine genius so working for Endow is a natural fit.

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Course List | Endow

This letter, written for the occasion of the 1995 Fourth United Nations Conference on Women, acquaints us with the thought of John Paul II and is a good introduction to the Christian concept of woman and her indispensable role in the Church, the family, society, and the world.
John Paul II offers age old truth with a freshness of thought that explains how "feminine genius" is essential to building a civilization of life and love. Mother of the Redeemer (Redemptoris Mater) In this 1987 encyclical, John Paul II reminds us that Mary is the greatest saint, and he explains why this is so. John Paul II calls her the "most excellent expression of the feminine genius. Having familiarized ourselves with the person of John Paul II, his thinking and writings, this apostolic letter invites women to approach the question of why God allows suffering and how we are to understand it and participate in it as a means to our sanctification. This is a difficult question for all people to come to terms with, and this Endow study takes us along with John Paul II as he explores the various ways we experience suffering. This study introduces women to one of the twentieth century saints John Paul II canonized during his pontificate. He felt strongly that the world needed the example of holy men and women during these challenging times, and Endow has chosen Edith Stein as one saint in a vast galaxy to highlight. Her story encompasses elements of philosophy (particularly phenomenology, which was a strong interest of John Paul II's), and theology and offers compelling insights into Jewish life in 1930's Germany. St. Catherine of Siena In her mere 33 years she left such a rich legacy that she is named a Doctor of the Church. She is best known for The Dialogue, a book of meditations and revelations in which she shares intimate conversations with God. She used her 'feminine genius' to address the problems God put before her and her words will ring as true today as when she first exhorted fellow Christians: "Be who you are called to be and you will set the world ablaze!"

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