Young Women of Grace
What if there was a program that could help your daughter, granddaughter, niece, or student realize the gift of her femininity and the beautiful reality of who she is in the eyes of God? Would you be Young Women of Grace program interested in having her participate? St. Agnes Parish introduces the “Young Women of Grace” study program this fall which uses a colorful magazine-style workbook along with small group discussion, testimonials, stories of the Saints and other Catholic role models to present vital Catholic teaching to young women ages 12-17. These young women will learn what it means to be a daughter of God, to discern their purpose and mission in the world, and to find true fulfillment – without losing their souls!!!
The study program meets 3 times a month 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Resurrection Hall. Sample the Young Women of Grace study guide.
If this sounds like what you want for the girls in your life then contact Mary Blythe at 412 996-2115 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
“Prayer is not asking. Prayer is putting oneself in the hands of God, at His disposition, and listening to His voice in the depth of our hearts.” ― Mother Teresa
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Per the Young Women of Grace site some of study guide key features include:
Saint Stories – Young Women of Grace will discover the stories of women saints who chose God above all else including St. Teresa of Avila, St. Elizabeth of Portugal, Thérèse of Lisieux, St. Gianna Molla, St. Josephine Bakhita, and more.
Modern Day Role Models – Teens will be inspired by stories of young modern women such as pro-life superstar Lila Rose, former super-model turned chastity speaker Leah Darrow, gold medalist Tara Lipinski, YouTube sensation Lia Mills and many others.
Catholic Teaching – Participants will delve deeply into the richness of Catholic teaching with bible quotes, Catechism references, vocabulary definitions, and practical examples of how to integrate their faith into their daily life. Reflection questions at the end of each chapter help teens retain and digest the teachings in each section.
Authentically Catholic – Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, Archbishop of Philadelphia has given the study the Imprimatur and the Nihil Obstat was granted by Reverend Robert A. Pasarchick, officially declaring it to be free from doctrinal or moral error.