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Kathryn is a 2021 graduate of West Chester University with a BA in Communication and Media Studies. She grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and is from a large Irish Catholic family. Kathryn was drawn to the Culture Project after encountering two Culture Project missionaries whose authenticity captured her heart. After looking into the organization’s mission, Kathryn knew she wanted to be a part of spreading the Culture Project’s message. She is excited to serve as a missionary to help others understand who they are and how they are created to live. “The message of authentic love speaks to the human heart, and I cannot wait to see other young people set free by the truths they deserve to know!”

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Kathryn Hallinan
What Does Chastity Actually Mean?
By Kathryn Hallinan  •  July 19th, 2022

Traditional. Pure. Restrictive. These are the words the culture uses to label chastity.  Even amongst Christians though, many of us lack a full understanding of this beautiful virtue. I’ve found that “chastity” oftentimes is one of those buzzwords that gets thrown around in Catholic circles, leaving many young people confused and without a clear path…

The Dignity of Women
By Kathryn Hallinan  •  May 19th, 2022

“The history of civilization could actually be written in terms of the level of its women.” Well-known and wise, Bishop Fulton Sheen understood the value of women in society and proclaimed the truth of our immeasurable worth to the world.  Ladies, do we understand our dignity? The force of our femininity? The impact of our…

Approaching the “Chastity Conversation”
By Kathryn Hallinan  •  April 26th, 2022

I know from experience that talking about chastity with the person you are newly dating can be intimidating. When I first started going on dates with my current boyfriend, I was so nervous to tell him how I wanted to be in a chaste relationship.  Yet, after our second date, I knew I needed to…

Let God Love You
By Kathryn Hallinan  •  April 21st, 2022

“The only thing you need to do to get to Heaven is let God love you.”  Stunned by my priest friend’s statement, I’ve spent the past several months bringing it to prayer. At first, it felt too simple, almost easy. The only thing I need to do to get to Heaven is let God love…

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