In the midst of a world cloaked in darkness, so many hearts are longing for truth, beauty and goodness. Are you seeking to enrich your prayer life? Are you desiring to grow in your knowledge of the Catholic faith? Do you have an appreciation for sacred art? Do you have a love for the writings of the saints? Are you studying Latin? Are you a Catholic home-schooling family? If so, there is finally a Scriptural Rosary book that will satisfy the deepest longings of your heart and fill you with the joy that only truth, beauty, and goodness can impart.
Behold Thy Mother, a 316 page hardcover Catholic prayer book, is steeped in beauty and tradition with sacred art, meditations by Church fathers, popes, saints and esteemed Catholic theologians, a side by side English/Latin translation of the Scripture verses, and medieval graphics. This hardcover Rosary book has gilded page edges and a double-faced satin ribbon marker. It is the perfect gift for anyone who loves to pray the Rosary, and has a love for Our Lady, and the Church. This beautiful Rosary book bears the imprimatur by Bishop Peter F. Christensen, Bishop of the Diocese of Boise.
Meditate on the Mysteries of the Rosary with the writings of the giants of the Church - great saints such as Saint Athanasius, Saint John Chrysostom, Saint John Paul ll, and Saint Faustina, saints upon whose shoulders we can stand in order to see beyond ourselves and peer into the Mysteries of God. It is also filled with sacred art by some of the world's greatest artists such as Rembrandt, Correggio, and Rubens who have used their gifts to glorify God, and whose masterpieces have given us beautiful glimpses into the holy lives of Jesus and Mary. Fill your heart with the goodness and joy that knowledge of the Faith can bring to lives being lived in a secular, darkened world. Immerse yourself into the beauty, depth, richness, history, and truth of the Catholic Faith with this timeless treasure which will surely be passed down for generations to come.
"Beauty, like truth, brings joy to the human heart ..." The Second Vatican Council Fathers.
Behold Thy Mother