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On the one hand Growing up with Dick and Jane highlights the heterosexual, nuclear family and also points out the gender-specific duties of the mother, father, brother and sister,  while Young Children and Picture Books , on the other hand, encourages readers to avoid books with women who are portrayed as inactive and unsuccessful as well as intellectually inferior and subservient to their fellow male characters to avoid children's books that have repressive and sexist stereotypes for women.
She also says that capitalism encourages gender-specific marketing of books and toys. She argues girls have traditionally been marketed books that prepare them for domestic jobs and motherhood. Conversely, boys are prepared for leadership roles and war. S; during that time, male characters outnumbered female characters by more than 3 to 2, and male animals outnumbered female animals by 3 to 1.
I'm Glad I'm a Boy! I'm Glad I'm a Girl! The book informs the reader that boys are doctors, policemen, pilots, and presidents while girls are nurses, meter maids, stewardesses and first ladies. Mehdi Ghasemi draws attention to the ways Janaki Sooriyarachchi — the writer and illustrator of The Flying Train — validates feminine and masculine voices and visions and balances gender issues both in the story book's narratives and illustrations. Nancy F.
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Cott, once said that "gender matters; that is, it matters that human beings do not appear as neuter individuals, that they exist as male or female, although this binary is always filtered through human perception. I should add that when I say gender, I am talking about meaning. I am talking about something in which interpretation is already involved.
A widely discussed and debated topic by critics and publishers in the children's book industry is whether outdated and offensive content, specifically racial stereotypes, should be changed in new editions. Some question if certain books should be banned,  while others believe original content should remain, but publishers should add information to guide parents in conversations with their children about the problematic elements of the particular story. Jenkins suggests that parents and educators should trust children to make responsible judgments. Some books have been altered in newer editions and significant changes can be seen, such as illustrator Richard Scarry 's book Best Word Book Ever.
Several versions of Little Black Sambo have been remade as more appropriate and without prejudice. Bruno Bettelheim in The Uses of Enchantment , uses psychoanalysis to examine the impact that fairy tales have on the developing child. Bettelheim states the unconscious mind of a child is affected by the ideas behind a story, which shape their perception and guides their development.
Their environment and interaction with images in picture books have a profound impact on this development and are intended to inform a child about the world. Children's literature critic Peter Hunt argues that no book is innocent of harbouring an ideology of the culture it comes from. She also attributes capitalism , in certain societies, as a prominent means of instructing especially middle class children in how to behave.
Ausdale claims children as young as three have already entered into and begun experimenting with the race ideologies of the adult world. She asserts racist attitudes are assimilated  using interactions children have with books as an example of how children internalize what they encounter in real life. International awards also exist as forms of global recognition. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Our Lord confides in Sr. Oh how gladly would I help him bear the weight of his terrible cross, fashioned, for the most part by his own guilt!
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But alas, he will have none of My help. How many are lost because there are no prayers said for them, no sacrifices made for them. Sister began to share these experiences with her confessor Rev. Paul Leibold. He would remain her spiritual director for 32 years, from , when he died. Tell him that My Heart is pleased with his efforts to make Me loved. I will bless him and make his work fruitful in behalf of all the souls entrusted to his care and priestly ministrations. Tell him if he would please Me more to double his efforts in making known the love of My Heart for poor sinners As a priest after My own Heart I will be with him in all his trials and sorrows.
Tell him not to become discouraged at the crosses awaiting him, for I the great High-Priest go before him carrying the heaviest part of his cross I seek always the humble and lowly of heart. And since I have found two such souls, I have entrusted to them a great mission. In the winter of , Our Lord warns her not become vain for He has chosen them out of their unworthiness and lack of virtue,.
Our Lord not only expressed His sorrow at the loss of faith in the world, but those of chosen souls:. For Sister Mary Ephrem her humility and simplicity would draw her ever closer to her suffering Savior. Our Lord would call her to cooperate in the salvation of souls by allowing her to share in His Passion. During a night vigil on the Feast of the Sacred Heart He reveals the sorrow of His Heart over the ingratitude and indifference shown to Him in the Sacrament of His love. He said to me: 'So I come with My cross and My crown of thorns.
Will you accept Me, My spouse? Yes, dear Lord, I am poor and wretched and unworthy but you know what is in my heart. As Sister Mary's spiritual life progressed the messages became more pressing. She began to write them down more diligently. Sharing them with other priests and religious who found nothing adverse to faith or morals in their content. In fact they concluded the great emphasis on the Indwelling of the Blessed Trinity showed a theological understanding beyond what this sister had been able to obtain in her regular religious studies. Her confessor, Father Paul Leibold, also progressed in his priesthood.
On October 2, he was made Archbishop of Cincinnati. Thieves have entered in and stolen from Him, His temples of prayer If, My children, you will cleanse your temples My Father will return and We will come and make our abode with you. A short time after the visit of St. Michael the Blessed Virgin Mary speaks to Sr. Mary about Her holy life at Nazareth "It is the wish of My Son that fathers and mothers strive to imitate me and my chaste spouse in our holy life at Nazareth.
We practiced the simple virtues of family life, Jesus our Son being the center of all our love and activity. The Holy Trinity dwelt with us in a manner far surpassing anything that can ever be imagined. For ours was the earthly paradise where God walked among me The Divine Trinity will dwell in your midst only if you are faithful in practicing the virtues of our life at Nazareth.
Then, you also my children, you also will become another paradise. God will then walk among you and you will have peace. Our Lady reveals to Sr. Mary that she would like her help to bring peace into the world This plan of the Virgin Mary will begin to unfold in a series of apparitions of Our Lady and St. Sister Mary Ephrem had just recently been transferred to the "water cure" staffed by her order of nuns in Rome City, Indiana, to wait on tables.
She was not very happy about the move. Before she could discern just what it was, she felt it grab her face across the eyes and pull down on them. She found no marks on her face afterward though. The next day she went to her superior and asked to be transferred back to Ligonier, Indiana. She could have gone if she had found someone to wait on tables in her stead, but she was unable to. It is believed that greater miracles than those granted at Lourdes and Fatima could be granted here in America--The United States in particular--if we do as She desires.
The following day after mass and the community thanksgiving Our Lady appears to her again enveloped in a soft glow of light. She wore a white veil reaching almost to the waist and a mantle and robe of pure white with not a single decoration of any kind. An oblong shaped clasp or brooch held the ends of the mantle together at the top. It was all gold as was the tall and brilliant crown she wore. Her hair and eyes seemed of medium brown. Her feet were bare, but not always visible as they were sometimes covered by the moving clouds on which Our Lady stood. Then she saw her heart appear encircled with red roses the symbol of suffering as it was revealed to me, and sending forth flames of fire.
With her left hand Our Lady seemed to be holding up slightly the upper part of Her mantle so that Her Immaculate Heart could be seen. Sister Mary Ephrem longed to stay with Our Lady but obedience called her, and so she left the chapel with the other sisters to begin her daily duties. Our Lady understood and left her free for the moment, but later that day during the holy hour She spoke to Sr.
Mary again:. They are her favorite sons, placed in high offices in order that they might do the most good. She herself has spoken thus to me. So she is making Her fond appearance to them for the carrying out of of this need of spiritual reform. God, dwelling in the soul through grace will sanctify, if if the individual makes the right use of His presence. In order for this to grow and become more and more fruitful of course there is the necessity of frequent and devout attendance at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and the reception of the Sacraments….
Peace will not be given until we have purified ourselves enough to receive it. If we fail to do this, God Himself will be obliged to do so in His justice and mercy, but the purifying punishment that He will send will be most terrible. It is from this Our Lady wishes to save us. She desires that there it be enshrined in a place of honor and venerated in a special way as ' Our Lady of America' , the Immaculate Virgin. She desires also that a small statue or picture of the same likeness be honored in every home.
The apparitions of Our Lady become more frequent. Our Lady was anxious to impress upon sister the importance of the message. Many times sister would tell Our Lady how unworthy she felt and that Our Lady could certainly find someone more fitted for so great a work. Immediately at the moment my soul was cleansed from original sin, grace was infused into it in such abundance that excluding my holy spouse I surpassed the holiness of the highest angel in the angelic choir. Joseph revealed to Sister Mary Ephrem that his heart suffered with the Hearts of Jesus and Mary, for he knew beforehand of their passion yet would not be there to console them.
He became in union with his holy spouse co-redemptor of the human race. Sister writes that on October 13, the Holy Virgin appeared to her as she was working in her room. Our Lady was very beautiful and was smiling at her in her heavenly way. She held with both hands a small replica of a finished Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Tell my children that I thank them. Let them finish it quickly, and make it a place of pilgrimage. It will be a place of wonders. I promise this. I will bless all those who, either by prayers, labor or material aid, help to erect this shrine. Through him who is head over you, make known the longings of my Immaculate Heart to establish the reign of my Divine Son in the hearts of men, and thus save them from the scourge of heaven, both now and in the future.
Our Lady asks Sr. Mary Ephrem for prayer and penance, to love and trust Her, and not to forget our poor Mother who weeps over the loss of so many of Her children. Tell my faithful sons that I ask this of them also. Only those who are strong in love can become my soldiers to bear aloft, not the sword of destruction, but the sword of fire--the flaming torch of Divine Charity. It was the will of God that Sister Mary Ephrem suffer for the loss of purity in the souls of men. For Her part, Our Lady comforts sister and asks her to be patient, that the will of the Father must be dearer to her than all else, and that soon a haven of rest would be given to her--not a refuge from suffering and pain, but a nest of solitude for the little white dove.
On many occasions the evil one is permitted to attack sister. He tempts her into thinking that she is being deceived. This fear causes her much suffering. For this reason St. Michael will be near her in a special way. He speaks to her often, encouraging her to spread the messages from heaven. Repent and make ready your hearts, that the King may establish His kingdom within you. And on February 3, , Our Lady speaks on true peace and love: Our Lady declares that peace must come from within, that to make our hearts more pleasing to her Son we must go to Her, His Mother.
She asks for a reform of life as proof of our love for Her. March, Our Lady pleads: "O' my sweet child, when will My desires be realized? O' my little one, daughter of my Pure Heart, you must pray with greater fervor, and offer yourself with greater love to the Heart of my Son. April, Our Lady continues Her warnings: "My sweet child, unless my children reform their lives, they will suffer great persecution.
If man himself will not take upon himself the penance necessary to atone for his sins and those of others, God in his justice will have to send upon him punishment necessary to atone for his transgressions. May 8, Archangel Michael appears again: "Do not delay or the time of grace will pass and with it the peace you seek. Make it known; do not hesitate. I, Michael, have made this request. In December of , Bishop George J. The cloister gate was closed in the ceremony presided over by Bishop Rehring on July 1, , the feast of the Most Precious Blood, establishing it as a truly Benedictine papal enclosure.
At that time the cloister consisted of Sr. The cloister was completely self supporting, mainly with its printing press. By April 1, , the sisters had obtained canonical approval for their Constitution and by September of that year, the Holy See granted permission to erect a Novitiate within the Cloister, allowing women to enter from outside the active congregation in order to increase their membership.
This is what she means by reformation and renewal. As Our Lady spoke this, she seemed at the time to be deeply occupied. Though the serenity of her countenance never left her, she spoke with a gravity that made her words all the more solemn. She seemed anxious to impress me with some idea of the greatness of this gift of God to us, namely, His Divine Presence within our souls through sanctifying grace.
There must be sanctification from within. I address them to my beloved sons, the priests, dedicated to the most intense and extraordinary imitation of my Son in the perfect carrying on of His Eternal Priesthood. Beloved sons, so cherished and greatly blessed among the sons of men, be careful to uphold the sanctity and dignity of your calling. Let the faithful see in you the favored and especially loved imitators of the Son of God. Be modest in your dress and speech as becomes those of so exalted a vocation.
The apparel and manners of a man of the world is not for you, who, though living in the world, must not take on its ways. Dear sons, I ask you to practice self-denial and penance in a special manner, because it is you who must lead my children in the way of peace. Yet this peace will come only by way of the sword, the flaming sword of love.