In celebration of the 50th year of Catherine of Siena being named a Doctor of the Church, we’re launching a seven-part podcast. In our seventh and final episode, Dominican Sister of Hope Jo-Ann Iannotti, OP shares Catherine’s story of being the only laywoman who is a Doctor of the Church.
photos by Sister Jo-Ann Iannotti, OP
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Thank you JoAnn for your incite into Catherine’s life.
Thank you, Jo-Ann for this profound reflection on Catherine, the Doctor! How well-woven are your own gifts of preaching and artistic/poetic creativity.
Jo-Ann, thank you for the beautiful reflection on Catherine “The Woman”, and ” What a Woman” , she was and still is, for all Dominicans
Jo-Ann, thank you very much for your inspirational podcast on St, Catherine. I love the closing poem that you quoted!
Thank you for this presentation about this Doctor of the Church and I look forward to hearing the previous tapes in this series. As a Dominican lay associate, I have been inspired by St. Catherine works and deeds. Her truth and boldness in the presence of church authority is encouraging especially in today’s world. Many blessings.