The mater dolorosa herself was not called upon to bear such humiliation.
Poor Queen Marie Amlie, she has been indeed a mater dolorosa.
A vast cape that might have enshrouded the form of a mater dolorosa hung by the side of a jauntily-striped Langtry-hood.'
The mother is always persecuted, a mater dolorosa, and rescued by her son.
The centre painting of these last represents the mater dolorosa weeping over the dead body of her Son.
I never look at her but there comes to my mind the picture of the 'mater dolorosa,' she's so sad and pensive.
Among these are "Medusa," a bronze bust; and a "mater dolorosa," in terra-cotta.
Her hands were thin and pale, but artistic, and her face drawn in all the wearisome agony of a mater dolorosa.