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The Strength for Moms this week on Mothering, Full of Grace

May 7, 2008
mothering-behindthescenes-rhea11.jpgAfter 10 episodes of Mothering… we have finally found the secret… the secret source of strength, inspiration, and support for moms. Wait for it….
The Sacraments.
Moms are so blessed in their vocation to have a few tools of the faith to help them out along the way… specifically, I’m thinking of the Holy Eucharist and Reconciliation. What better way for a mom to experience God’s grace and then pass it on to her kids than by tasting His presence in the Eucharist, or by meeting Him face to face in Confession.
Today on Mothering, Full of Grace we’ll talk to moms about what they can do to live out a Sacramental life in their households. Rowena and Mark Daly share stories of how their family is embracing the Sacraments. And Julie and Paul Waters reminisce about the baptisms of their children, and how that got them pointed in the right direction.
Join host Rhea Johner for Mothering, Full of Grace on Wednesday May 7th at 8pm and midnight ET, or on Sunday, May 11th at the same times. We have so many secrets to share!
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