The Genius of Womanhood
In this powerful live presentation to hundreds of women you’ll discover the secret treasures of John Paul II’s powerful message for women on the special ‘genius’ of womanhood. Whatever stage of life you’re in this life changing message will inform and inspire you and impact those you love.
What are people saying?
“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.
Sister Mary Madeline
“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.”
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.
Professor Tracey Rowland
Pontifical Institute for Studies on
Marriage and the Family
The first time I encountered her work I was overwhelmed with a sense of invaluable dignity and self-worth that brought me into a deeper relationship with Christ and others, and from then on it ignited an unquenchable desire to make known such reaches to other women, thank you Karen Doyle and the team for continuing the challenge set out by John Paul II.”
University of Notre Dame
“Great Expectations” – what do women really want?
What happens when 200 men and one woman wrestle with the tough questions? Want to be a better husband, father or friend? Want to find out what women really want? In this powerful live event Karen shares her powerful message of how to really engage the women in your life in the ways they deeply desire. Things will never be the same…