The weekly “little of this, little of that” feature here at Like Mother, Like Daughter!
You know your daughter’s a lucky kiddo when her coloring pages are actually hand-drawn by daddy!
This week’s links!
Headliner — because it just sums it all up in such a brilliant way:
- Is Feminism a Heresy? (a good companion article to the Dawn Eden piece we had here a few weeks ago.)
Some encouraging young men who are living their Faith:
- We’ve shared on here before about our friend Thomas Peters. You might enjoy this update from Our Sunday Visitor on the role of Faith in his recovery since his accident several years ago.
- Yesterday, in my mom’s Lenten Round-Up post, she mentioned her friend Therese. Loyal LMLD readers are now familiar with occasional contributions and recommendations from Auntie Therese. Well, now you get to meet Therese’s son, Patrick, whose hilarious and snappy visual commentary may have popped up on your feed by now: Drawing the Faith — and Politics: Recent College Graduate is Budding Cartoonist.
Other stuff for and about and from men:
- A virtual tour of an exhibit from Hillsdale College of Winston Churchill’s artwork.
- A Primer on the Manly Tradition of Tea from The Art of Manliness, which we mentioned in Auntie Leila’s post about resources for guys from a few weeks back. A fun discussion and history.
- Want to read something that’s just SO ROMANTIC? G. K. Chesterton’s Marriage Proposal. Truly, who could fail to be won over by such writing?
- An excellent lecture from our friend Fr. Mankowski, erudite and sharp practitioner of the art — but not the evil — of satire, on a master of the genre: Evelyn Waugh (video).
- Growing up in the Library is Exactly as Magical As You’d Think. My mom’s commentary: “Okay then!”
- This looks appealing! Free coloring books from World-Class Libraries and Museums.
- You’ve picked up on the fact that Lent is about to begin (this Wednesday), right? Which means Mardi Gras is this Tuesday. Bacon cheesesteaks for us here at the Chesternest!
- Don’t forget about the Seven Sundays of St. Joseph! Tomorrow is the fourth Sunday and it’s not too late!
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