(RNS) — “Lady Bird” — about a girl in her final year at Catholic high school navigating relationships with boyfriends, friends and her mother — is up for four Golden Globe Awards this weekend.

Writer and director Greta Gerwig, who grew up Unitarian Universalist but attended Catholic high school, nabbed nominations for best screenplay and best musical or comedy motion picture.

She will attend the Golden Globes Sunday (Jan. 7) also rooting for Saoirse Ronan (who plays Lady Bird) and Laurie Metcalf (her mother), who earned best actress and supporting actress nods, respectively.

Gerwig, who never went to film school and pulled much of

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