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Mothering, Full of Grace: Home Sweet Home

February 6, 2008
Gillian and her Mother… get those cookies ready!Mmmm… home… makes me think of sunny kitchens and fresh-baked cookies. In fact, it makes me want to go home right now, wrap my arms around my mom, and steal five of those cookies (to start).
Moms and homes… what a great combination that is sure to stir-up stories, whether they are about our own moms, grandmothers, friends, or children. And this week on Salt + Light, we invite you to indulge in a mix of the two on Mothering, Full of Grace.
Join us Wednesday, February 6th, at 8pm ET, as we bring moms together for Mothering, Full of Grace. It’s a cup of discussion group, half a cup of family fun, sprinkled with inspiration, and topped off with prayer. Served, of course, with the love of a mother, Mothering, Full of Grace aims to nourish and encourage moms in their vocation of Motherhood.
And on this week's episode, learn all about what makes a home a Catholic home. Rhea Johner guides us through a conversation among moms, takes us into the home of Anita Healy, sits us down with couple Cary and Sandy Molyneux, and gives of us some practical ideas to bring the Catholic faith into our own homes.
So grab a couple of cookies and a cup of coffee and join us for Mothering, Full of Grace, Wednesday at 8pm and midnight ET, with an encore presentation Sunday, February 10th, at 8pm ET.

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