Saturday, June 06, 2009

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival

Hi folks and welcome to Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival. This is the place for you to showcase your blogging for the rest of the Catholic blogging community; whether you blog exclusively about Catholic things, or are a Catholic who mentions Catholicism periodically. Create a post on your blog entitled Sunday Snippets--A Catholic carnival. In that post, highlight and link to the posts you wish to spotlight this week (the way I have in the next paragraph) Also, link to this post. Once you've published your Sunday Snippets post, come back here, sign Mr. Linky and add a link to your Sunday Snippets post. If you want a weekly reminder to post, subscribe to our yahoogroup

This week I wrote about the Liturgy of the Hours and then reviewed Magnificat, a monthly publication that includes prayers from the Liturgy of the Hours as well as the mass readings. Free sample copies are available. I gave qualified approval to a children's Bible story book. If you are looking for a light read with a strong pro-life message, check out my review of Deborah Bedford's If I Had You.

1. Renee
2. Evann @ Homeschool Goodies
3. Elena@My Domestic Church (pregnancy resources)
4. Karin@Daughter of the King
5. Wynken, Blynken, and Nod
6. Colleen
7. womanatwell
8. Loren Christie
9. Loren Christie
10. David Marciniak
11. Gabriella
12. Luuk Dominiek OP
13. Dymphna

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8 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting, RAnn! Sorry I missed last week - just too much going on.

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  2. RAnn,
    Thanks for hosting. I enjoyed your post on the Liturgy of the Hours. I already subscribe to Magnificat and get much from their abbreviated version of this great prayer of the Church. Perhaps I will make the leap and invest in a set of the actual Liturgy of the Hours.
    Thanks again and God Bless!

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  3. Thanks RAnn, I enjoy saying the Divine Office as part of the Liturgy of the Hours.

    This week on Sunday Snippets WBN presents: Things At Church.

    * Not so Cutie -- some stories write themselves
    * Confession For Dummies -- check the handbook before you go
    * God Rest You Brother Byron -- well done, good and faithful servant

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  4. Hi RAnn, thanks again. Though I plan to move on from Intelligent Design Theory in future entries, I finish with a paper describing a major development in science from the study of genetic material. It has been underplayed by scientists and the media. It strikes a major blow against Darwinian evolution and his idea that all species came from one original organism.

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  5. Thank you for inviting me RAnn! I appreciate it!

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  6. RAnn,
    I made a mistake following the linky directions. Please delete #8 on Mr. Linky. Sorry!

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  7. Thanks for inviting me, RAnn! This will certainly motivate me to keep up my posting on a more regular basis!

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  8. Thanks for hosting. I pray Morning prayer frequently and sometimes evening prayer. Magnificat is a good publication. God bless.

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