Articles tagged: motherhood

Our Lady of Milk: 20 Images of Mother Mary Nursing

Art & Architecture

SPL Staff • November 10th, 2013

Listers, our Blessed Mother nursing the infant Christ has a long, rich, and multifaceted history within Sacred Art. Known by many names - Maria de la Leche, Maria Lactans, Nursing Madonna - the art arguably challenges certain modern Western sensibilities.1 More information and images may be found... Read More →

8 Prayers to Help You through the Workday.

Life & Leisure Theology

SPL Staff • December 7th, 2012

**Listers, _ Ora et Labora_ ("Pray and Work" to the layman), the motto of the Benedictine order shouldn't just be used for those called to the consecrated life, but it needs to be ascribed for all Catholics in every walk of life, especially those in the workforce. ** I recently entered into the... Read More →

The Edith Stein Charm School: 3 Lessons from St. Teresa Benedict of the Cross on Being a Lady

Life & Leisure Theology

SPL Staff • August 17th, 2012

Listers, in this modern society it is hard for a woman to understand precisely what it means to be a woman. Women are torn between a multitude of different theories concerning what the true feminine vocation is. When I was younger I felt as if I was being pulled between the "Girl Power" mentality... Read More →

6 Children's Picture Books Perfect for a Catholic Family Bookshelf

Life & Leisure Literature

SPL Staff • May 11th, 2012

**Listers, one of the many essential tools to teaching our children about the glory and depth of our faith is the picture book. ** Children often have short attention spans, and their comprehension skills are still not as developed and refined as adults; however, that should not prevent us from... Read More →
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