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The Art of Catholic Mothering: Twelve Catholic Mothers Speak about Motherhood, Child Rearing and the Faith Paperback – November 30, 2005
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Maura Koulik is a wife and mother of five who resides in New York?s Hudson Valley. She currently home-schools, directs her parish choir and works as a registered nurse. Her writings on motherhood have been published in various Catholic periodicals.
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Overall I feel a bit mixed about this book. I was let down, for some reason I was expecting more, but I am not sure what. I was bothered by some of the negative views of Vatican II. Mostly I feel that it could have been so much better, I hope that there will be a revised edition in the future with more modern stories to add additional wisdom, especially for the present times. I would really only recommend this book to those Catholic mothers who are isolated and are looking for good Catholic examples of real Catholic mothers and those who are going through hard family times, for any reasons.
For those who complained about its "anti-VII bias"; the book was clearly marketed and targeted for a traditional Catholic audience. It was released through Angelus Press first. Its mission- clearly stated- was for moms who are trying to keep the traditional Catholic faith as opposed to the novelties of the last 40+ years. You may not agree with that, but that is who the book is targeted for and therefore it can't be said to be a flaw.