The Dignity of Women Podcast with Kimberly Cook

The Dignity of Women podcast focuses on reclaiming femininity in the modern age. It challenges feminist viewpoints and the objectification of persons.The Dignity of Women calls us to higher virtue and nobility of character, so that men must aspire to be worthy of us, and that through Christ, beauty will save the world.

Latest Podcasts

Podcast #21: Fr. Donald Calloway – Consecration to St. Joseph

Fr. Donald Calloway is a Catholic priest, often known as the "surfer priest", with a radical conversation through Our Lady joins me on this episode of The Dignity of Women to explain how a high school dropout and juvenile delinquent becomes the prolific defender of...

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 #17: Sr. Mary Veronica – From the Cloister

It always seems to surprise people in modern society that the Church is still receiving vocations, and that God is still calling young men and women to give their lives to Him as priest or religious sister. Beyond that surprise however, lies a much greater awe - the...

Podcast #15: Irene Alexander – The Feminine Genius

The "feminine genius" is a term that was advanced by St. John Paul II during his papacy, and has challenged and encouraged both women and men in the Church since then. But what exactly "is" the feminine genius and how do women fully live this out, in order to find...

Podcast #14: Alice von Hildebrand – Femininity and Feminism

Alice von Hildebrand was close to her PhD in philosophy when she began applying to Catholic colleges - all of which turned her down, despite her strong curriculum vitae, because they refused to hire a women to teach philosophy. Alice had only been in the country for 7...

Podcast #13: Rannah Evetts – Serving the Deaf in Uganda

  Who doesn't remember learning about Helen Keller in grade school, and the incredible transformation her teacher Anne Sullivan was able to make in her by giving her the gift of communication through sign language? Helen, who had previously been thought incapable...

Podcast #8: Building the Lego Catechism

  Kevin and Mary O’Neill are a Catholic homeschool family with seven children. Mary is a stay at home mom with a degree in elementary education. Kevin runs the family landscaping company, which has given him ample time to listen to Catholic audio and to read on...

Podcast #7: Fiorella Nash – The Abolition Of Woman

  Fiorella Nash is one of the leading modern Catholic feminist voices in the Church today. As I read through her recent book, The Abolition of Woman: How Radical Feminism is Betraying Women, I was overwhelmed by her mastery of the work – her vast research into...

Podcast #4: Diana Mao – The Reality Of Human Trafficking

  Eight year old Nomi is a survivor of human trafficking in Cambodia. When Diana Mao met Nomi at a recovery shelter, she was shocked and moved by her story. Trafficked by her stepfather, without her mother’s disapproval, Nomi was discovered by outreach workers –...

Podcast #2: Steve Pokorny – The Pornography Culture

  Visual pornography...not just for men? That's right. I was shocked to learn of the narrowing of the "gender gap" in the porn industry - viewers, marketing, and female porn film directors. The objectification of persons through the porn industry is pervasive in...