MARY TELLIER

Mary, a former New Orleanian currently shivering in Wisconsin, is a wife and mom of four. She spends her days as a stay-at-home mom, a book editor and typesetter, a promotional products manager, and a cake baker—sometimes all at the same time. She also loves drinking iced coffee and pretending to enjoy running so she can listen to her favorite podcasts. This former English teacher is now a student of the masters of liturgical living and sends out a weekly resource for those who share her interest.

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

A MOTHER’S REFLECTION ON THE NATIVITY

This article is part three in a series reflecting on the Joyful Mysteries from a mother’s perspective. You can find part one on the...

THE SOLAR ECLIPSE & THE POWER OF MEMORY

A year post-Hurricane Katrina, another hurricane was targeting the Gulf Coast. Traumatized by our last experience, my mom, my brother, and I vehemently insisted...

A MOTHER’S REFLECTION ON THE VISITATION

This article is part two in a series reflecting on the Joyful Mysteries from a mother’s perspective. You can find part one on the...

A MOTHER’S REFLECTION ON THE ANNUNCIATION

Praying the Rosary, I have often focused on Jesus’ life more than on the other players in the scene. Recently, I felt a tug...

LENT WITH LITTLES

Each year, I have high hopes for Lent with my kids. Screen time? Dead to us. Sweets? Never heard of them. Just me and...

BECOME LIKE CHILDREN

My five-year-old daughter has recently asked to join me for my Holy Hours. A mama’s girl to the core, she doesn’t want to be...