Saturday, July 20, 2013

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival

Hello, and welcome to Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival. We are a group of Catholic bloggers who gather weekly to share our best posts with each other. To participate, go to your blog and create a post titled Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival. In it, discuss and link to your posts for the week--whether they deal with theology, Catholic living or cute Catholic kids. I'm mostly a book blogger so my posts are generally book reviews, some Catholic, some not. Make sure that post links back here; some folks are forgetting that! Once you publish it, come back here and leave a link below.

We also have a yahoogroup; signing up for it will get you one weekly reminder to post.  Click here to sign up

Another busy blogging week.  I reviewed A Bride for All Seasons which was a fun collection of Christian romances.  I highly recommend The Sweetest Hallelujah, a novel set in Jackson Mississippi in the 1950's that deals in a gentle way with race relations.  My religious book for the week is Jesus:  What Catholics Believe.  Finally, I did Seven Quick Takes about the Zimmerman case.


  1. Good to be here again, RAnn, thanks to you. I blogged a few poem-prayers, and passed on a timely video with an interview of the Pope's theologian.

  2. Thanks for hosting! I am just getting back after a vacation. I posted - Your Names Are Written in Heaven; Loving God Back; Deo Gratias - Vacation; Light in the Darkness - Just One Moment

  3. Thanks for hosting, RAnn.
    This week, I have a post on how we can travel virtually to World Youth Day with the MFVA Friars, by tv, on Facebook, and on Twitter: a lovely article about Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI meeting to pray and chat,:the latest item in my Rosary Art Collection, and, of course, my weekly book list.

  4. Anonymous12:19 AM

    RAnn, Thank you for hosting.
    This week my postings included:
    Marriage, Abortion, the Holy Spirit, and the Church
    I Drew Him Out of the Water
    To Walk with Those Who Walked Before
    The Sign of the Cross


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