You’re Invited!

Written by Ann Burns

April 30, 2021

When the Villains are Beautiful

We have so many fun events on the horizon! To join, all you have to do is go to !

This May we are hosting some grand virtual events with some outstanding guest speakers!

Take a look: 


A Night with Author and Podcast Hostess, Kimberly Cook — May 13th 

 Why You Should Chart Your Cycle (Regardless of Your State In Life) — May 17th  hosted by editor  of the Catholic East Texas, Liz Slaten. 

The Truth About Birth Control (and you!) — May 25th hosted by Catholic Coach and Woman School Strategist, Bridie Vail. 

“Let’s Chat: Living Well”: This is a  Feminine Project Happy Hour! (get to know more women who are passionate about their femininity! — May 27th

These events take place at  See you soon! 

 June sneak peak:

Fashion, Etiquette, and Women of the Old Testament! 





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