Explore the unique creative abilities of women, and their distinctive call to make a gift of self. Drawing from John Paul II’s theology of the body, and her own life experiences, Katrina J. Zeno shares her insights into the human and spiritual journey of women.
Discovering the Feminine Genius presents a framework in which women can discover and understand their human and spiritual journey as a daughter of God, a woman, a unique individual, and spouse of the Spirit. Katrina Zeno, renowned speaker on the theology of the body, explores the role of women in our complex world and explains the concept of the feminine genius.
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When people are seeking that one book that most simply and practically applies the principles of the theology of the body to the world of male-female relationships, I point them to Discovering the Feminine Genius.
—Thomas J. Loya, radio host, A Body of Truth and Light of the East Radio
From the moment I met Katrina Zeno, I knew she would bring her own feminine genius to bear in promoting John Paul II’s theology of the body—Oh, how much the Church needs her gifts! . . . [This] is not only a must-read for women. Men, too, will benefit from her beautiful illumination of the feminine mystery.
—Christopher West, cofounder, Theology of the Body Institute
Katrina J. Zeno is cofounder of Women of the Third Millennium and the founding coordinator of the John Paul II Resource Center for the diocese of Phoenix, Arizona. A popular retreat speaker, she is the author of The Body Reveals God: A Guided Study of Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body and When Life Doesn’t Go Your Way.