Kate Wicker

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Did Gavin Newsom Murder His Mother?

Gavin Newsom, the current governor of California, is the kind of person who should be kept as far from the reins of power as possible. His life and career are marked by selfish ambition, adultery, lying, and even matricide. He’s the kind of man who cheats on his then-wife, Kimberly Guilfoyle—now the girlfriend of Donald [...]

Weighty Issues: A Conversation with Kate Wicker

As many as ten million women and men have clinical eating disorders in the United States, according to the National Eating Disorders Association. Kate Wicker used to count herself among them. The writer and mother of four found healing by taking a Catholic approach to her body-image struggles. She spoke to Zoe Romanowsky about her new [...]

Sunday Comics: The Jumble Shop pt. 5

Last week, the Wall Street Journal ran a short piece by Laura Vandercam about bringing children to Mass. (Not to bring up a sore subject on a Friday afternoon!) Quoted in the piece is none other than our own Kate Wicker, who wrote "Why Young Children Belong At Mass" back in June here on InsideCatholic:  While most [...]

Seen, but not heard?

Last week, the Wall Street Journal ran a short piece by Laura Vandercam about bringing children to Mass. (Not to bring up a sore subject on a Friday afternoon!) Quoted in the piece is none other than our own Kate Wicker, who wrote "Why Young Children Belong At Mass" back in June here on InsideCatholic:  While most [...]

Is NFP Misogynous? A Point/Counterpoint

Is Natural Family Planning a misogynous burden on women... or is it actually liberating? Marjorie Campbell and Kate Wicker discuss the question. We present a point/counterpoint on the question, "Is Natural Family Planning Misogynous?" Marjorie Campbell takes the affirmative while Kate Wicker argues the negative. Please feel free to continue the discussion in the Comments [...]

Life — A Baby’s Best Start

  In my BC ("before children") days when I was still a full-time working girl, I was on the staff of a regional women's publication that was decidedly left-leaning. When my boss (whom I also considered a friend) asked me to do a write-up on a pro-choice event, I declined, explaining that I was pro-life [...]

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