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“The devil is clever and we are stupid. He knows full well that if he can destroy femininity, he can destroy the Church, marriage and the family.”

By Jim Graves, National Catholic Register, September 27, 2020

Jim Graves Jim Graves is a Catholic writer and editor living in Newport Beach, California. He previously served as Managing Editor for the Diocese of Orange Bulletin, the official newspaper of the Diocese of Orange, California. His work has appeared in the National Catholic Register…

Jim GravesAlice von Hildebrand, Ph.D., is a noted speaker and author of several books on a variety of topics related to Catholicism. She is the widow of the famous Catholic philosopher Dietrich von Hildebrand, whom Pope Pius XII dubbed “the 20th century doctor of the Church.”

Born in Belgium in 1923 (whence she derives her French accent), Dr. von Hildebrand received her doctorate at Fordham University and was a professor of philosophy at Hunter College in New York for 35 years.

In a conversation I had with her, she spoke on two of her common topics — the lost sense of the supernatural and feminism. …

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