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By Casey Chalk, Catholic World Report, May 28, 2023

Casey Chalk is a contributor for Crisis Magazine, The American Conservative, and New Oxford Review. He has degrees in history and teaching from the University of Virginia and a master’s in theology from Christendom College.

Fr. Hans Urs von Balthasar’s book, originally published decades ago, offers some provocative and much needed sanity when it comes to contemplating authentic womanhood.

“Can’t you see, this is me, I’m a woman,” sang musical superstar Tina Turner. None of the obituaries or commemorations of Ms. Turner, who died recently at age 83, seem to have any doubt that Ms. Turner was indeed, without a shadow of a doubt, a woman.

And yet, one need not scratch very hard to identify our culture’s confusion when it comes to perceiving and defining authentic womanhood. ….

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