Saturday, November 20, 2010

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival

Welcome to Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival.  This is our weekly opportunity as Catholic bloggers to share our best posts with each other.  To participate, go to your blog and create a post called Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival.  In it, tell us about what you wrote about this week, and link us to your posts. Include a link back here so your readers can find us.  Then come back here and leave a link on Mr. Linky.  Finally take a few minutes and visit other bloggers--and leave comments.  This is a weekly meme and if you'd like a reminder to post, join our yahoogroup. 

This week I interviewed one of the regular Sunday Snippets participants, Kathleen Basi, who wrote a book about celebrating Advent.  

I reviewed a bunch of books:
From Dust to Ashes:  About the wife of an SS officer after the fall of the Third Reich
Costly Grace:  An interpretation of the writing of Bohnhoffer
Southern Fried Child:  A memoir.  I loved the way this Baptist described the nuns who taught her.
Sweetie:  Southern coming of age novel
A Rush of Wings:  Christian Romantic Suspense
Christmas at Harrington's:  Sweet Christmas Novel.
Amy Inspired: Christian novel

What about you?  What did you blog about this week?

16 comments:

  1. Thanks again, Ruth. :) I was disappointed to find that the SS officer's wife book didn't measure up--sounds like one that had great potential.

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  2. Thank you again RAnn for hosting Sunday Snippets.

    More prayer, prose and poetry this week plus two videos, one cute and the other certainly interesting.

    Hope everyone had a good week.

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  3. Thanks for hosting this meme. It has been great to meet other bloggers and share with them. I admire your faithfulness in hosting every week.

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  4. 1. A mercifully short reflection from 2009 on Thanksgiving.

    2. A recounting of last Wednesday's Catechism class, including a 'key' acting-out of Isaiah 22, which foreshadows Peter's authority.

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  5. Thanks so much for hosting once again, RAnn, for faithfully hosting this meme! :)

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  6. This week we've got more beautiful music, art and poetry, along with some Scripture from Psalm 131 that talks about looking realistically at life and finding inner peace.

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  7. Yay, my third week. I'm so grateful to be able to connect with other Catholic bloggers. Thanks for hosting RAnn!

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  8. Thanks for hosting! I posted about Flames of Hope and a quote I just love. God bless and have a happy Thanksgiving!

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  9. Sorry I missed last week, but it makes coming back this week that much sweeter. Thanks RAnn for hosting and now I need to start reading all these other blogs!! Have a blessed Christ the King Sunday!

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  10. A big thanks this Thanksgiving week to RAnn for hosting and to all who have stopped by my blog as a result of Sunday Snippets!

    Last week had only one post, which was about Protestant vs. Catholic understanding of baptism in light of the USCCB's statement on it and in light of Verbum Domini.

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  11. Posted today about Jesus as our Spouse as well as our King!

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  12. Thank you RAnn for hosting.
    This week my meditations speak of my need to remove whatever hinders my vision of Jesus and invite our Lord "Come."

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  13. Hi RAnn: Missed Snippets last week. Glad to be back. Visited thereserita site and San Damiano. Very good posts. Always find something of interest on Snippets. Thanks. N
    crookedhalocatholicblog.blogspot.com
    cucinananette.blogspot.com

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  14. RAnn, thanks for your tireless hosting!
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    This week on Sunday Snippets, WBN presents: Say what?

    * Selective Hearing (Reprise): Pope and Condoms
    * 24:15 Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep
    * Baby Abandoned At Church
    * I Know What It Is But ...

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  15. I hope this isn't too late but I forgot about this meme . I hope it's okay to share my link anyway .

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  16. Thanks for hosting this and I am thankful for finding it again . don't ask me how I did lol

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