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The Mother's Songs: Images of God the Mother

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Each picture in this book tells a story. Meinrad Craighead has an M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin. She has taught art and art history at several universities.
Paperback, 79 pages
Published March 1st 1986 by Paulist Pr
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This wonderful, amazing book has been in my library for a very long time. I bought it when I bought the books by Miriam Therese Winter about the women of the Bible. I knew that I needed this book, but for a long time I just looked at the pictures.

Then I read Women at Prayer by Mary Collins. In this book, she mentions Meinrad Craighead and so I went right to my shelf and pulled out this book. I am so glad I still had it.

This time around, I really got Craighead's stories. She has always had a link
Aug 08, 2010 rated it really liked it
Read this after learning about Meinrad Craighead as a screening reviewer for the San Francisco International Film Festival. I prescreened the documentary "Meinrad Craighead: Praying with Images" and was blown away.
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