Saturday, December 31, 2011

Among Women ReadHER 12.31.11

Among Women ReadHER

Eve in Mary Reconciled, As Are We All
By Elizabeth Scalia at The Anchoress
This is from a few weeks back but still relevant during the Christmas season. (I must have missed it while I was traveling!) Turn to it now -- if only for the brilliant, provocative, and powerful illustration that accompanies it. Just stare into it and take it in. If you love Mary, I dare your heart not to be moved. As always I tip my hat to the equally brilliant wordsmith, otherwise known as The Anchoress, whose blog has long been a favorite stop of mine. (Hear Elizabeth Scalia on an AW episode from last January.)

A Dad at Christmas
By Elizabeth Foss at The Catholic Herald
More loveliness for the Christmas season from the ever-wise Elizabeth Foss.

Let Me Not Keep Christmas
By William O'Leary at Catechesis in the Third Millennium
Short and inspired.

By Robyn Lee at Amazing Catechists
Our YouTube-fixated culture proves that even home movies can reach millions of eyes. Let's get going, Catholic friends. DO try this at home!

By Alicia Therese from On Earth, As It Is
A powerful metaphor for the case for chastity among singles.

All the Things in 2011
By Maria Johnson at Another Cup of Coffee
Nice reflection on gratitude.

By Christopher S. Pinco at The Pilot
Coming in January, "The Gist", featuring Danielle BeanRachel Balducci and Carolee McGrath! Here's a trailer:

Hear Danielle on a previous episode of AW discussing her recent book with Elizabeth Foss.

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