It is within the home that the most splendid fruits of human existence blossom, indeed it is to domestic fruition to which a man's labors are finally ordered. It is in the home where the drama of life is lived out in all its richness. It is there that one can be truly human, truly oneself, spontaneous and without need of pretense. It is there that one can unabashedly celebrate and revel in life's profound and simple joys or mournfully enter into the mystery of its deepest sorrows. It is there that one can be as Catholic as one desires with no need for compromise. And it is there that the sublime process of sanctification slowly but surely takes place. In sum, it is the home where life can be lived to its fullest. Hence the Christian home is to be a place free from worldly aggression, power plays, and contention. It is to be a place of unity, love, and harmonious hierarchy. Accordingly the Christian patriarch must cherish first and foremost the woman of that home who is its very heart. He must set her apart from the profane so she may flourish in modesty, gentleness, and holiness. And the Christian patriarch must strive to make it possible for his wife to be exclusively devoted to her home and family. (From Dr. Dilsaver's Three Marks of Manhood)
A Woman’s Place is in the home not because she isn’t good enough for the world but because she is too good for it. A woman’s precious gifts are squandered when she gives herself to the making of a dollar rather than a home. The world, its corporations, bureaucracies, and agencies are profane entities that are unworthy of a woman’s devotion and are unable to value the feminine charism. These profane entities coarsen, poison, and suck dry the maternal heart.
Three Marks of Manhood