St. Gianna Beretta Molla was a physicianWithout going into that whole debate, we can make an observation that Ms. Katie avoids:
St. Zelie Martin was a lacemaker
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton &
St. Katharine Drexel built schools
St. Joan of Arc was a soldier
St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross was a philosopher
So it looks like women working IS a good thing...huh. Wow.
ONLY TWO OF THOSE WOMEN WERE MARRIED WITH KIDS, those being St. Gianna and St. Zelie.
It's not so easy to make a case for mothers working outside the home, especially if fathers are ALSO working outside the home, given the sociology we have today. 'Fess up, Katie.