‘Faith, Women and the New Feminism’

Women from around the Camden Diocese came together April 5 at Mary, Queen of All Saints Parish in Pennsauken for “Faith, Women, and the New Feminism,” an event created to help them understand their relationship with God, their families and their friends, and realize their potential as positive influences.
The day began with 9 a.m. Mass celebrated by Father Timothy Byerley, pastor of Mary, Queen of All Saints, who shared the insights of Blessed John Paul II’s encyclical, Mulieris Dignitatem (On the Dignity and Vocation of Women).
Bobbie Bradley, director of Senior Ministry at St. Peter Church in Merchantville, was the keynote speaker for the event, and shared her faith story, empowering women to face life’s difficulties with confidence.
Closing the event was Msgr. Michael Mannion, director of community relations of the Diocese of Camden, who led a healing service with exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.

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