SKU: 8173 | ISBN: 9780595375790
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Catholic child rearing as told by twelve experienced Catholic mothers. - How does a Catholic mother instill the Faith in her children? How does she deal with issues of education and discipline? How does she maintain her own faith in the face of life's challenges?
To answer these questions, editor Maura Koulik has gathered the stories of twelve Catholic mothers. With grace, honesty, and humor, these mothers tell of their struggles: Gathering their children for the rosary, persevering when money and support are scarce, finding solid Catholic education, surviving personal tragedies, and living a fully Catholic life in the post - Vatican II era. The experiences of these women will inspire all readers, not just mothers! Particularly important for any husband who is determined to place the Church and his family at the center of his life.
Typical testimonials: "I love this book. Right after I read it my husband read it cover to cover in one sitting; he couldn't put it down!" - Home schooling mother in Texas.
"The book was fantastic, so inspirational! The only problem was that I kept crying!" - Mother of two in Connecticut.
112 pp. Softcover
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