1 -- color) The 2004 National Young Mother of
the Year is Deborah Sipos, who has five children: clockwise from left, Joseph, 3; Jacob, 9; Daniel, 11; Zach, 14; and Noah, 6.
Peter's Square in Rome, His Holiness Pope John Paul II proclaimed Gianna Beretta Molla, Mother of
a Family, "Blessed.
In her Washington Post Magazine story about mothers and work, Tracy Thompson tells the story of Ana Kinney, a hairdresser, the mother of
two young children, and a reluctant primary breadwinner since her husband's business venture had folded.
The culmination of the Working Mother magazine's yearlong 25th anniversary celebration, the Advertising Working Mother of
the Year awards tout these top moms in all areas of the ad world.
When we looked at all the nominees for Mother of
the Year, Rose absolutely stood out as the one, a wonderful human being who has done incredible things for the children in her community,'' said Dan Rosenson, chairman of the Mother's Day committee at the Jewish home.
On December 9, 1531, in an area where much human sacrifice was then being practiced, the Virgin Mary said the following to Blessed Juan Diego: "I am your merciful Mother, the Mother of
all who live united in this land, and of all mankind, of all those who love me, of those who cry to me, of those who have confidence in
103] Officials lamented that the mother of
approximately every fourth West German child worked outside the home.
Carolyn Dawson, a single mother of
two, saw one of Quick's ads after she was laid off from her job just before Christmas in 1999.
Fortunately however, the love of the natural mother of
Jesus is available to all without exception.
I shuddered to think of being the mother of
children that should be owned by my old tyrant" [385-86].
The UPA, which defines the legal relationship between a child and his or her parents regardless of their marital status, has never been applied to a case involving two lesbian women where one is the genetic mother and the other the gestational mother of
Corsaro, a mother of
two, was pleased both at the opportunity to get her ``baby fix'' and to be placed in a situation where her work was clearly needed and valued.
One physician noted that the mother of
one patient fired thirteen wet nurses in fourteen days.
Mary, the Mother of
Jesus, said it in the words, "He that is mighty has done great things for me.
On hand to honor the "MVMs" were Chunky soup "spokesmoms" Cathy Lynch, mother of
John Lynch, SS, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Wilma McNabb, mother of
Donovan McNabb, QB, Philadelphia Eagles; and Louise Strahan, mother of
Michael Strahan, who were also named honorary "MVMs.