Joan of Arc: from witch to saint
Six hundred years ago, a poor teenage girl living in medieval France became one of the most important women in history by leading the French army to a momentous victory.
One of the bright lights of the 20th century
Perhaps the most famous woman of the 20th century is a small, frail-looking nun by the name of Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu - who became much better known to the world as Mother Teresa.
St Joseph's welcomes first female leader since 1994
The year 2018 marks a significant year for the community at St Joseph’s College, Lochinvar as they welcome the first female leader since 1994, Principal Patricia Hales.
20 women Saints who made a mark on the Catholic World
With International Women’s Day approaching on 8 March, we take a moment to reflect on some of the inspiring women Saints who showed what it means to be truly selfless, courageous and loving.
Ten Catholic women who changed the world
Ahead of International Women’s Day on 8 March, we take a closer look at some Catholic women in history who made a real difference.
‘The time is now’ - International Women’s Day takes an active stance for rural women
On 8 March, International Women’s Day will shine the spotlight on the inequalities faced by women living in rural areas.