Kimberly Cook

Writer, Podcaster, Mother, & Catholic Apologist

Kimberly Cook

Writer, Podcaster, Mother, & Catholic Apologist

Reclaim Femininity

Digging deep into the vocation and dignity of woman in the Church, in modern times, and as an answer to the call for a new evangelization.

The Dignity of Women

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Catholic insights into the ‘New Feminism’

Authentic voices are missing from much of our social media culture.

We seek to know – and to some extent, enter into relationship with the providers of our information. We not only want community, but community that will uphold truth and lead us to embrace virtue.All of us are seeking love and acceptance. We want this for ourselves, our spouses, our children, our loved ones, and other men and women as well.

Kimberly brings the truth, and she brings it in her own authentic voice!

The books that she writes and the podcasts she produces are all streamlined to help her audience achieve these goals – stronger and more virtuous marriages, strength on the single journey, deeper relationships with Christ, and an understanding of moral truth, particularly concerning our dignity and worth as men and women of God.

Latest Podcasts

Podcast #20: Patrick Sullivan – Catholic Evangelist

Patrick Sullivan, Catholic evangelist, was raised by a single mother in rough neighborhoods of Canada. He grew up with poor examples of father figures throughout his childhood and teens. It wasn't until a miraculous experience that Patrick turned to God and the...

Podcast #19: Dr. John Bruchalski

How does a young man from a devout Catholic family, with a Catholic school education, and a strong desire to help others, become a medical doctor who preforms abortions, sterilizations, and creates embryos for In Vitro Fertilization? Dr. John Bruchalski of Tepeac...

Podcast #18: Claire Swinarski

Feminism is largely associated with women's rights. It has remained a fluid term throughout its several waves, currently promoting reproductive rights and the abolition of gender. It seems almost impossible to imagine how feminism and Catholicism could possibly share...

Latest Articles

Doug Johnson Interview

Aleteia's Kimberly Cook talks to Johnson about his faith journey, and how he and his wife Abby, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director, became advocates for life.     Doug Johnson is a stay-at-home dad and husband of pro-life speaker and advocate, Abby...

Chrissy Metz Interview

As I sat waiting to preview the movie Breakthrough, which is scheduled to be released on April 17, 2019, I was cautiously optimistic. After all, many of the Christian movies I had seen previously had powerful messages, but the sub-par acting tended to take away from...

I Saw Unplanned

Bound and determined to see the Unplanned movie before it left theaters, and amidst the hype and criticism, I was finally able to sneak out and see it. Here is my honest breakdown of the movie - as a movie, as truth, and in projecting its greater impact. Images have...

Kimberly Cook

Kimberly walked through the darkness – separation from God, radical feminism, and embracing anarchist philosophies.Because she went on an epic faith journey from there, which led her to a deep relationship with Jesus Christ, and a Masters in Theology, Kimberly is able to pull from her unique past experience, as well as her knowledge of truth.

Experience & Authority

Walking away from a past rooted in radical feminism to embrace the wisdom of Holy Mother Church, while obtaining degrees in Theology and Mental Health, I offer experience, knowledge of truth, and wisdom to know the difference!


Striving to reveal our innate dignity through sharing the personal experiences and insights of myself and others.

New Feminism

Feminism is a hot topic and raises many emotions and loaded responses. Many women hide behind feminism as an escape from encountering their own femininity. With the wisdom of John Paul II, who called women to a “new feminism,” equipped with a greater understanding of femininity and masculinity, we have a responsibility to love well.