Catholics@Work
“We cannot wait for the storm to pass over - we must learn to dance in the rain.”

Sue Ellen Browder

ex-Cosmopolitan writer, and author of

Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement


will share little known story how the Feminist Movement was captured by the pro-abortion lobby



The original feminist movement was unifying, not divisive. But today it is the rallying point for the aggressive abortion industry that kills thousands of innocent babies every year  

 

Betty Friedan had championed the ideal of all women coming together to remove injustices in the workplace, especially being fired for being pregnant.  Growing rapidly, the movement attracted men and women who believed that feminism was a movement for women.

 

In 1967 it all changed when a small group of abortionists took over the movement and made abortion the core of the new feminism. Sue Ellen Browder is the investigative journalist who uncovered the full story.

 

On Tuesday, Dec. 13, Browder will be our guest speaker at the Catholics@Work breakfast at the Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville

 

Ms. Browder will share the inside details from her investigation. She will shed a bright light on the behind-the-scene planning, public relations and propaganda efforts of the feminist movement’s hijacking by the sexual revolutionaries. A former writer for Cosmopolitan, Ms. Browder will explain the essence of true feminism, and the clever manipulation of its message by the sexual and abortion revolutionaries.

 

She also will share the personal moment of truth when she abandoned the movement and re-embraced authentic feminism. It is detailed in her book: Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement

 

Diana Nagy, president of Catholics@Work, says "Sue Ellen’s talk will help us understand the distortions of today’s pro-abortion feminism.  It will be uplifting to learn the inside story of the difference between authentic feminism and the hijacked form that rich pro-abortion organizations proclaim.”

 

Nagy adds “With the understanding that Sue Ellen brings to the table, all of us can be well prepared to defend and promote authentic feminism.  Do not miss this great speaker on Dec. 13.”

  

 

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Event Details

Date:                         Tuesday December 13, 2016


Location:                  Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville (get directions)


Time:                        The event begins at 7:00 am and ends sharply at 8:15 am.  

                              Mass is celebrated at 6:30 am for those able to attend.


 
Cost:                         Breakfast is $20 for members, $30 for non-members.

People who pay their 2016-17 membership ($100) for the

event can receive their breakfast at the member rate.

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