The Personalist Project

Kate Whittaker Cousino


Join date: Dec 6, 2011
Total posts: 53
Total comments: 134

Short bio:

During Pope John Paul II’s 1984 visit to Canada, I manifested my first bit of personalistic insight at the age of three, when I said to my mother “Do you know why I love that man? It’s because he loves me!” As an adult, I’ve only grown in my love for the person and thought of John Paul II. Other profound and formative influences on my life and thought include Catherine de Hueck Doherty, John Henry Newman, G.M. Hopkins, Frances de Sales, and my mother’s aphorisms.
I am a graduate of Ave Maria College, MI, and lived in the US for nearly a decade before returning to my ‘home and native land’ of Canada with three children in tow. I now combine freelance copy editing and proofreading with full-time parenting and part-time philosophical pondering.

Recent posts:

9/20/17 Protective purity: sex and the fear of use (1)
9/15/17 Salt and Light: Why we need a consistent pro-life ethic (0)
9/11/17 The Measure of Mission (0)
8/18/17 Greeks, barbarians, and Nazis: a Response to Charlottesville (13)
8/2/17 “Do you think we’re worse off? That we suffer too much?” (1)
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Recent posts followed:

8/31/17 Greeks, barbarians, and Nazis: a Response to Charlottesville (13)
6/30/17 The Wisdom to Know the Difference (4)
5/31/17 An attempt to articulate what bothers me about "You might not want to go to Heaven," by Matt Walsh (10)
5/31/17 The difference subjectivity makes: a tiny anecdote (13)
4/30/17 How Not to Fix the Healthcare Mess (3)
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