Saturday, June 02, 2012

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival


Hello, and welcome.  Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival is a way for Catholic bloggers to share their best posts with each other.  The preferred method of participation is for you to do a post on your blog that highlights and links to some or all of your post for the week, like this one does for mine.  The idea is that by reading that one post I can get the flavor  of your blog, and, hopefully for you, click through to read your posts if they interest me.  If you post infrequently, you can link to your posts directly, but your post should also link back here.  You use the inlinkz gadget below to link to your post.

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This week I published several book reviews:
Midnight Promises is a sweet clean romance but I took issue with the way it handled Catholic annulments.
Sew Iconic shows you how to sew some dresses you'd recognize from the movies.
Cold Creek Reunion is a pretty basic romance.
Finding Our Way Home is a Christian novel in which two women of different ages help each other find the way.
Five Miles South of Peculiar is a wonderful Christian novel about three sisters.


13 comments:

  1. RAnn, thanks for hosting. It's such fun to participate.

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  2. My entry for this week is a post with the Prayer to Our Lady Queen of Prophets, in her honor after we have just finished the month of May.

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  3. Thanks so much for hosting, RAnn. I agree 100% with Barb!
    This week I have, among other things, another great homily from Fr. Anthony, several posts about my collections, my first official book review,
    and, of course, my usual list of books read in
    the past week.

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  4. Thanks for hosting, RAnn!

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  5. Ditto what Barb said. :)

    This week I posted a Memorial Day tribute, a review of a Catholic craft kit, a post about the First Friday Sacred Heart devotion and some suggestions for celebrating tomorrow's feast of the Holy Trinity.

    I hope everyone has a blessed and grace-filled feast of the Trinity!

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  6. Thanks for hosting!

    This week, I posted 2 songs: Brahms' "How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place" and Francesca Battistelli's "This is the Stuff". Our art was Andre Kohn's "Vintage Chanel" and I also wrote a post about a verse from the Book of Wisdom.

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  7. Love your blog look!
    I posted Spirit of Truth, Caught by Surprise, and Thankful for Blessings - Sunset!
    Thanks for hosting!

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    1. Thanks! I like to play around with new looks

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  8. The fleur-de-lys makes me wonder if that's in your house.

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    1. No, it's not my house but it is the reason I chose the photo. It's a stock photo for which I need to find a place/way to credit (requested but not required as a condition of use)

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  9. TV for Catholics has theories of The Killing and a review of the abysmal Men at Work up. Thanks for reading!

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  10. Sew Iconic caught my eye --- my grandmother sewed 2 of my prom dresses in high school. Me? I can barely put on a button. It just doesn't appeal to me - stresses me out. My grandmother tells me it relaxes her. I don't understand it.

    Thanks for your weekly spot to visit!

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  11. Sorry I missed it! Our dear Parochial Vicar is leaving for another parish, so yesterday I wasn't thinking of blogging. I'll catch you next week!

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