Feminized Faith, Failed Families, and Fertile Fields, by Julian Kwasniewski 

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Hope-filled in its conclusion, a new book offers the Catholic community a fresh look at current issues, addressing them with scholarly and thoughtful argumentation, and peaceful and commonsense rhetoric.

By Julian Kwasniewski, Crisis Magazine, March 4, 2023

Julian Kwasniewski is a musician specializing in renaissance Lute and vocal music, an artist and graphic designer, as well as marketing consultant for several Catholic companies. …


Julian Kwasniewski

Joseph Shaw, chairman of the Latin Mass Society, has just released a new collection of essays entitled The Liturgy, the Family, and the Crisis of ModernityAs I’ve read the book over the past few weeks, I’ve been struck by his balanced writing style, particularly the wide and helpfully eclectic array of sources he draws on. Divided into three parts according to the themes suggested by the book’s title, in this brief article I’d like to share with you some of his insights and his diagnosis of the crisis of modernity in relation to the family.

In the chapter “Understanding the Feminisation of Christianity,” Shaw draws from a variety of sources, including statistical studies performed by secular authors as well as the writings of clergymen such as John Henry Newman and Robert Hugh Benson, to explore the shift from religion as “masculine and rational” to being associated with “feminine, domestic, and subjective” traits. …

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