Want to know more about the women in your life?

What if it was possible to discover the deepest needs of the women you care most about?

What if it was possible to become the husband, fiancé, boyfriend or friend you were made to be?

What if understanding women better meant you could grow in strength, manhood and freedom?

What if rather than accepting the lies of a culture that pits men and women against each other you discovered the power of John Paul II’s message of complementarity?

That moment is now and the tools and resources are at hand.

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Women’s expectations of men

In this powerful presentation, you will hear Karen explore key issues such as:

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How has 20th century feminism impacted men and their sense of what is expected of them?

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How do they learn to love women fully as equals?

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How can you step-up and play a greater role as a boyfriend, husband or father?

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How can you play your role in building a new manhood of strength, service and engagement with the incredible women in your life?

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What is the impact of absent fathers in the lives of many young men?

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How can you be a better listener and communicator for the women in your life?

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How does pornography impact the women you care about?

What are people saying?

Sister Mary Madeline

Karen Doyle’s insights are as essential as they are encouraging. Her ability to translate the rich insights of the ‘new feminism’ of Pope John Paul II into clear, accessible terms is a gift to the Church and the world.

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Therese Nichols

Karen is able to beautifully articulate the depths of a women’s heart in a very practical and profound way. Through her natural and graceful style Karen will captivate and inspire you through her extensive knowledge on the magnificent topic of The Feminine Genius.

Therese Nichols

Professor Tracey Rowland

Karen Doyle is a dynamic Catholic leader. The Genius of Womanhood is her personal testimony regarding the treasures to be found in John Paul II’s reflections on the dignity and mission of women. This will make a great gift for women of all ages, but particularly for young women who are at the stage of making life-determining choices about the use of their gift of femininity.

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Professor Tracey Rowland
Dean, Pontifical Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family

Jessica Langrell

Jessica Langrell
Convenor, Student Chaplaincy, University of Notre Dame

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