Kelly Marcum

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Kelly Marcum studied International Politics at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and received her M.A. from the War Studies Department at King’s College London. She is the founder and President of Gratia Plena Institute, an organization dedicated to teaching high school girls about the Catholic vision of authentic femininity. Her writing has been featured in National Catholic Register, The American ConservativeThe Federalist, and The Washington Examiner. She lives with her husband and children in Virginia.

Gratia Plena: The Girls’ Summer Camp that Builds Virtue

St. John Bosco & the Crisis of Men

St. John Bosco: A Patron for Men & Boys in a Cultural Crisis

Why We Need St. Monica

Why We Need St. Monica