• What is the wealth of a woman's soul?
  • How can children and career be reconciled?
  • What women can inspire us?

Today, women are working in top positions, teaching in universities, leading companies and countries. There are also women who find their calling in motherhood and education, in caring for the home, homeschooling or manual work. Is a woman's mission universal or is it up to each woman to find her unique identity and fulfillment? Why do women often feel invisible in the home and in business? What can biblical Mary tell us about experiencing, exploring and embracing female identity?

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Simultaneous interpretation will be provided for this event.


Kimberly Hahn

Kimberly Hahn has been married to Scott since 1979. She earned Master of Arts in Theological Studies at the same school as he did. They have six children and nineteen grandchildren. She homeschooled her children for 26 years.

Kimberly became a Catholic at the Easter Vigil in 1990 after a difficult struggle during the four years following Scott's entrance into the Catholic Church. Together with Scott, she completed a book about their journey into the Catholic Church called Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism, which has been translated into more than twenty languages.

Her podcast, Beloved and Blessed, based on the wisdom of Scripture, especially Proverbs 31, speaks to the desires and strengths of women in all walks of life.

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Milena Olšovská

Milena is working as a Vice-Rector at the Anton Neuwirth College. She studied architecture at Oxford, where she also became a member of the lay movement Catholic Voices, whose vision is to communicate the faith of the Catholic Church with love and clarity.