|Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God, housewife|
"Women, again, are not suited for certain occupations; a woman is by nature fitted for home-work, and it is that which is best adapted at once to preserve her modesty and to promote the good bringing up of children and the well-being of the family."
May 15, 1891
And now from the Washington Post:
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant (R) said Tuesday that the country's problems with education began when mothers "got in the workplace" in large numbers.
During a Washington Post Live event on children's literacy, Bryant was asked why the country's state of education had become so "mediocre."
"I think both parents started working," Bryant said. "The mom got in the work place."
Why has the Catholic Church fallen behind, if not totally pulled out, of the teaching on the critical importance of having a mother in the home and not in the workforce?