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Antonia Goddard is a writer and playwright based in London, UK. A country girl born and bred, she’s currently learning the joys and struggles that come with life in a big city - and offering both to God. When she’s not writing or reading historical fiction, she’s probably cooking. Definitely not burning things.
The Language of Pro-Choice and How We Can Defeat It

The Language of Pro-Choice – and How we Can Defeat It

“Defend the unborn against abortion even if they persecute you, calumniate you, set traps for you, take you to court, or kill you.” PopeRead more »

How Not To Martha Up Your Life

How (Not) To Martha Up Your Life

I knew God was right, I needed to slow down, to listen to His word, to do what he wanted for me and stop worrying about what others thoughtRead more »

Five Reasons to Wear a Veil

Five Reasons to Wear a Veil (and Five Not to…)

Whilst veiling is becoming an increasingly popular decision among young Catholic women, my journey to the mantilla has been far from easy.Read more »


Raising Role Models

All women are born with one natural female role model: their mother. A loving mother will teach them about all the other amazing heroinesRead more »

In Defence of the Man with One Talent

In Defence of the Man with One Talent

I have always felt a certain affinity for the Man with One Talent. I am fortunate to have been blessed with decent brains and a gift forRead more »

Confessions of a Mass-Hopper

Confessions of a Mass-Hopper

Young Catholics are more transient than ever, hopping between different rented accommodation (in London, this can be as often as every fewRead more »


Called by Marriage, Not to Marriage

A Vocation for Life After your marriage, your life will change forever. You will change forever. Whatever happens in your life – good orRead more »