• Siena Symposium – The Siena Symposium for Women, Family, and Culture is an interdisciplinary faculty group, founded at the University of St. Thomas in 2003 by professors of law, business, philosophy, theology, and others interested in developing the new feminism so necessary for building the civilization of love in accord with the vision of St. John Paul II. For more information about this organization and its wonderful events, check out their website here.
  • Ruth Institute – The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization equipping Christians to defend the family and build a civilization of love. Founded by world-renowned author, speaker, and academic Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, the Ruth Institute’s Resource Center provides decades of research and educational tools to support individuals and families harmed by divorce, the hook-up culture, and other forms of family breakdown. Visit their website here.
  • Women Speak for Themselves – Women Speak For Themselves is a national grassroots movement empowering women to speak in media, local communities and online, about how women are disadvantaged respecting dating and marriage, especially because of contraception and abortion, and about how to reconnect sex with marriage and children for the good of all people. Visit their website here.
  • Women and the New Evangelization (WINE) – Through much prayer, WINE: Women In the New Evangelization emerged as the answer for busy women who found themselves on fire to lead other women in the Catholic faith, be that hosting a small group in their house or running a flourishing women’s ministry in their parish. WINE is about empowering women to work within their God-given gifts as women to nurture, heal, and build up the body of Christ. Visit their website here.