Is there a "right" way to be a woman? Join us for a conversation with Lisa Cotter about her journey from being frustrated with the concept of femininity to understanding and embracing an integrated vision of being a woman. 

Much of the oppression of women has begun with identifying women as “other” - as too sensitive, too fragile, or too maternal to take on roles or participate in spaces designed by and for men. Lines in the sand are drawn, boxes built, and women told to fit them. Except most of those boxes are far too narrow for women. But then, what does it mean to be a woman?

After growing up and wrestling with a lot of female stereotypes, LIsa began to explore the legacy of women the Catholic Church upholds as saints - women diverse and bold in their own unique ways. She compiled this deep dive into her latest book, Reveal the Gift, where she unpacks the diversity and strengths in each of us and offers a powerful vision of what it means to be female. 

Join us for a live workshop on Tuesday August 9 at 8pm CST.

Watch the recording here.

Lisa Cotter is a speaker and author known for her practical insights on relationships, femininity, and living life with excellence. Her latest book is Reveal the Gift: Living the Feminine Genius. She has served FOCUS as a family for over 10 years, previously authored Dating Detox, hosted the popular How-to Catholic podcast, and traveled widely as a presenter at SEEK, Steubenville conferences, NCYC, and more. She earned a degree in Theology from Benedictine College and is finishing her Master’s in Theology at Augustine Institute. Lisa resides in Denver, CO with her husband Kevin and their four children.

Watch the recording here.

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