At FemCatholic, we love supporting Catholic women who do amazing things in our world. (In case you didn’t know that already. ;) )We believe in harnessing the purchasing power that we have as consumers and putting it to good use. This Christmas season (or anytime you purchase a present), we encourage you to support Catholic women in your quest to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones.Here are a few of our favorites:

Rose Harrington

Perfect for: gifts to add beauty and a Marian touch to your homeKatrina Harrington opened her online shop, Rose Harrington (originally known as Hatch Prints), in 2014. Specializing in botanical rosary art inspired by the tradition of Mary Gardens, all pieces are hand lettered or painted by Katrina herself, often with her children in tow. How Catholic feminist is that?FemCatholic’s pick: Glorious Mysteries Botanical Rosary print ($27)

Be A Heart

Perfect for: the aspiring artist or creative and lovers of beautyErica Tighe, owner and designer of Be A Heart, founded her company to bring beauty into the world because she believes that beauty will save the world. A woman of many talents, Erica offers hand lettering, illustration, commercial design, and even services for weddings or other events.FemCatholic’s pick: Written By Hand, a how-to guide for writing more beautifully ($16.99)

Brick House in the City

Perfect for: fun, fashionable, and feminist Catholic apparel for womenLauren began Brick House in the City as a way to, in her words, “love and serve fellow Catholic women.” She wants her “fellow Catholic women to know that they don’t have to fit a mold to fit in the church.” Now that’s a mission we can get behind.FemCatholic’s pick: Strong Women Make Waves Tee ($22.99)

Paper Monastery

Perfect for: original prints and holy cardsAnnie Veath founded her Etsy shop, Paper Monastery, to create beautiful art for the domestic church. She shares her artistic talent and expertise with her customers, all while living her vocation as wife and mother.FemCatholic’s pick: St. Josephine Bakhita art print ($10)

Meyer Market Designs

Perfect for: stocking stuffers, presents for kids, and both Catholic & non-Catholic giftsWife, mother, and designer Bernadette Meyer is the creative powerhouse behind Meyer Market Designs. Her company offers thank you cards, digital designs, and custom projects ranging from logos and letterhead to materials for special events.FemCatholic’s pick: Saint Stickers ($7.50 for a set of 40)

Door Number 9

Perfect for: geeky gifts, both Catholic & non-CatholicElisa Low, owner of Door Number 9, is a professional costume designer and seamstress who opened her own shop in 2017. She offers everything from liturgical table runners to costumes. FemCatholic’s pick: Hail Mary Punch the Devil magnet ($5.95)

Pink Salt Riot

Perfect for: jewelry and other accessoriesJill Simons, artist and designer of Pink Salt Riot, founded her company to create products that remind us to practice joy so that we can share the joy of Christ with othersFemCatholic’s pick: Build A Civilization of Love tassel keychain ($14)

The list doesn’t end there! You can explore more Catholic artisans here.Making ourselves informed consumers and supporting women entrepreneurs is a great (and simple) way to live out feminism and a commitment to building up other women. With that in mind, let's put our money to good use!

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Amanda Bambury

Co-Founder, Managing Editor, 2016-present

Amanda Bambury is originally from Colorado, and earned bachelor's and master's degrees in French literature from the University of Notre Dame. She now lives in North Carolina, working as a high school teacher and CrossFit coach. Amanda's work with FemCatholic is fueled by a conviction that we truly can live out our faith in our real lives, and that women don't have to fit a certain mold in order to do so. She is inspired by St. Catherine of Siena's words, "Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire."

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