Local women take ‘All Things Girl’ book series to EWTN

By | March 3, 2010


Teresa Tomeo, left, and Cheryl Dickow will team up with Molly Miller and Monica Cops of Appleton to present a 30-minute weekly broadcast on EWTN. The 13-week series began March 1. (Courtesy of EWTN | For The Compass)

Cops said that, like the book series, the program draws from the teachings of Pope John Paul II’s “Mulieris Dignitatum,” and the “Letter of Pope John Paul II to Women,” and addresses topics popular among contemporary girls, including fashion, beauty and friends.

She added that girls can learn, among other things, why they were created, why it’s special to be a girl, how to have a prayer life, what virtue is and how to live it out, and biographical information about relevant saints.

“It’s a very dynamic format,” she noted. “Lively and energetic segments offer youthful appeal with plenty of graphics, animation, music, activity ideas and project demonstrations — all in an age-appropriate format.”

Production of the series began in November of last year at the studios of EWTN Global Catholic Network in Irondale, Ala.

“A lot of work has gone into this effort. We’re very excited,” said Cops, who, along with Miller, founded Runway to Reality, an organization that educates women and teens on fashion and wardrobe.

To learn more about the “All Things Girl” book series, visit www.atgseries.com.

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