Saturday, November 14, 2009

Hi, and welcome to another edition of Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival. We are a group of bloggers who gather once each week to share out best posts. We are all Catholic and blog at least somewhat about Catholic things; some do so exclusively, others only periodically. All are welcome to participate here.

To join in the fun, go to your blog and create a post titled Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival. In that post describe and link to any posts you want to share with the rest of us. Also put in a link to this post. Then come back here, and sign Mr. Linky and give us a link to your post. Finally, go visit other people's posts, and leave comments! Some folks who don't post often have asked if they could, rather than creating a special "Sunday Snippets" post, just link their original post to Mr. Linky. That's ok, if your original post includes a link back here; since the idea is to share our posts and readers with each other. Encourage your readers to join us too.



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4 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting every week! I am submitting a reflection on a psalm verse and something a little different for me - a post about the Mother's Handbook. Hope all is well with you. God bless!

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  2. Thanks for keeping the Sunday Snippets going! I have a bit more a personal reflection this week, but based on the first part of the Gospel.

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  3. Thanks. Tabb Centenary Year LXI: Five poems by Rev. John B. Tabb. This week (and next), poems by Fr. Tabb on his blindness.

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  4. RAnn, thanks for hosting again. When you keep going, it keeps us going. Thanks!
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    This week on Sunday Snippets, WBN presents: Fences and Fridges. Some weeks life is just kind of ordinary, but that is where we are called to live most of our lives, so we might as well do it as well as we can.

    * The Dump Is Fun -- you can find quality time in unlikely places
    * Fridge Psychology -- what does your fridge say about your family?
    * Good Fences Make Good Neighbors Part 2 -- or what I got for my birthday

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