Saturday, February 27, 2010

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival

I'd like to welcome you to this week's edition of Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival. This is a chance for Catholic bloggers to share their best with other Catholic bloggers. How do you participate in Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival? Go to your blog and create a post titled Sunday Snippets--a Catholic Carnival and in it, highlight one or more of your posts from this week, with links to the posts. Then come back here and leave a direct link to that post on Mr. Linky. Then go visit the other participants. If you don't post often, you can leave a direct link to a post on Mr. Linky, but your blog should have a link back to this post. Sunday Snippets is a two-way link-up. The idea is to share readers.

If you'd like to sign up to get a weekly reminder to post, subscribe to our yahoogroup.

It has been a slow blogging week for me; my autism posts were pre-scheduled. I've been working on a new blog for my Alumnae Association I did recognize several Catholic bloggers on my Link Love post; and I invite you to try them.

What about you? Leave your links below.


  1. Thanks for hosting this every week! God bless!

  2. Me again! I forgot to thank you for including me in your post on Link love! I so appreciate it. You are so kind!

  3. Thank you for hosting this again. I really do enjoy reading all the different blogs here.

  4. RAnn,
    Thanks for hosting and thanks again for sharing my links!

  5. Thanks for letting me know about your site! God Bless!

  6. Just found your site- so excited to see lots of Catholic bloggers! :)

  7. Thanks for the invite! God Bless!

  8. This is my first time joining.
    Pax Christi - Lena

  9. Thanks for the invite! As a new Catholic blogger, I'm VERY excited to check out everyone's blogs!

  10. RAnn, thanks for doing this. It's so great to see this project growing and to be able to connect with other Catholic bloggers.

  11. Thanks to our steadfast hostess, RAnn!

    This week on Sunday Snippets, WBN presents: Heartbreak In Two Parts.

    On one hand, a self-professed atheist who says she grew up in a fundamentalist cult and survived sexual abuse details her abortion taking RU-486, via Twitter in an attempt to "demystify" abortion for other women.

    On the other hand, a faithful Catholic's experience shows the grim reality of the abortion drug RU-486, but also the grace and healing that comes from knowing God and acknowledging the humanity of each and every person. This is both heart-wrenching and grace-filled at the same time.

    * Two approaches to abortion with RU-486

  12. Thanks for the comment, about my new layout...I took your suggestion and now I believe I'm much happier with the look.

    God bless.


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