Catholic Education
Mary C. Tillotson

Healing the Body of Christ

You may have heard about the controversial Cincinnati Catholic school contracts, which require teachers not to publicly support things contrary to Church teaching. If you

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Columnists
Mary C. Tillotson

Can We Stop Fretting About Modesty?

Seems like, lately, everyone’s been writing about how much women should wear, why it matters (or doesn’t), how too-strict standards can be emotionally damaging, and

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Columnists
Mary C. Tillotson

The NFP Generation

I’m 24 years old and two years out of college, which puts me at that age when nearly all my friends are getting married. It

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Married Life
Mary C. Tillotson

What Can a Wife Do?

Everybody knows that men don’t understand women, but I think it’s easy for us women to play some sort of nuanced superiority card and pretend

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Columnists
Mary C. Tillotson

poverty of spirit

A few months ago, I quit the full-time job I’d landed right out of school, married a college senior, moved four states away, and planned

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Mary C. Tillotson

how a woman can win

“New research shows that The Pill reduces lubrication, arousal, and a woman”s ability to orgasm, thus lending credence to my theory that a lot of

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Columnists
Mary C. Tillotson

On Condoms and Confession

Many of the pro-abstinence, anti-contraception types (mostly Catholics) will say that the “Don’t have sex, but if you do, use contraception” approach to reducing teen

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Columnists
Mary C. Tillotson

Mission: Perspective

It’s interesting how different reality looks when it’s on paper, in neat paragraphs, all in the right order. There, I am a powerhouse. I am

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