meet the catholic girls

Carmen is a non-fiction-writing, literature-teaching, yoga-instructing Catholic woman who loves the mystical, the expansive, and the sublime. Raised in the swamps and piney woods of Southeast Texas, she now lives in Salt Lake City. Her first book, a collaborative effort called Waiting for a Father, is forthcoming.

Nadia is a little sister, Social Studies teacher, TV enthusiast, Mormon admirer and progressive Catholic feminist.  A recent graduate of New York University and San Antonio native, Nadia currently couch surfs around New York City and is on the prowl for a grown up job.

Mary lives in the City of Angels where she spends her time working at a comic book store, reading, writing and watching entirely too much Law & Order. To learn more view her Tumblr or Pinterest.


7 thoughts on “meet the catholic girls

  1. Pingback: Ask Catholic Girl | Southern Catholic Comments

  2. I like your writing style and the (seeming) ease with which you address the questions you’ve been sent. Your thoughtfulness struck home and brought tears to my eyes. Good luck in your endeavors. You are going to bless many, many lives.

  3. Hello,

    I have a few questions about Catholicism and it’s contradiction towards the Bible.

    If I was to ask you how might I get to heaven. What would be your answer?

    Thank you for your time,


    • Hey Josh! Feel free to write us at . We’d be happy to answer any and all questions and that would also give you a chance to let us know what contradictions you see between Catholicism and the Bible.

      Can’t wait to hear from you,

  4. I have one question, is it only necessary for catholic women to veil in church or outside of church as well. I always been confused and wondering about this.

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