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Mothering, Full of Grace: Now Available on DVD

March 31, 2009
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mfg-collage1There's certainly no doubt that being a mother can be challenging. But at the same time it is a glorious and beautiful vocation.
In 2007 Salt + Light Television began a project to explore and celebrate the vocation of motherhood.
Headed by producer Gillian Kantor, the result was our 13-part series Mothering, Full of Grace. With discussion groups, glimpses into the homes of Catholic families, prayers, conversations between husbands and wives, and action commitments, the half-hour long episodes examine themes such as care-giving, prayer, holidays, friends, and family planning.
Over the last year and a half you've probably seen episodes of the series on Salt + Light and now we're pleased to announce that Mothering, Full of Grace is available on DVD.
Visit our online store HERE for more information on purchasing the inspiring and encouraging Mothering, Full of Grace series.
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