Saturday, June 09, 2012

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.  Once you publish it, come back here and leave a link below.

This week I only had one book review:  After All  is the story of a women who learns after her husband's death that he had an inappropriate relationship with another woman.

I'm glad you are here and if you'd like a weekly reminder to post, join our yahoogroup.

17 comments:

  1. As always, thanks for hosting each week, RAnn!

    Most notable this week is the 10 Saints I Can't Wait to Meet in Heaven, a guest post and 7QT. :)

    Blessed feast of Corpus Christi everyone!

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  2. Thanks for hosting, RAnn. Most of my posts this
    week come from other sources, (mainly EWTN) but always with at least a few of my own words.
    I also blogged about my Rosary Art Collection,
    described Winky's reaction to seeing Fr. Mark
    on the computer, and, of course, posted my weekly
    book list.

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  3. RAnn, thanks for hosting. This is my 104th participation in Sunday Snippets. That makes over two years considering the few Sundays I skipped. It's so worthwhile to be a part of your meme.

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  4. Thanks for hosting again. I always enjoy the collection of postings I find here.

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  5. I like your new blog look, RAnn. Thank you for inviting me once again. I appreciate your hospitality!

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    1. Thanks. After a while, I get bored and start to play.

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  6. Wow! A humble Latin teacher doesn't post here for a couple of weeks thanks to end-of-school busyness, and the whole look changes. Very nice! I like the banner graphic and love the blue background.

    My posts this week include a look at the morality of the American shopping mall and the first two in a series of posts of about Christian education. These are rooted in a 1929 encyclical of Pope Pius XI.

    Thanks for hosting, RAnn!

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    1. Thanks for the compliment. The photo seemed appropriate for a New Orleans book blogger.

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  7. Hello RAnn, thank you for leaving your comment and link on our Catholic blog. What a great place you have here!!
    :)
    Chatty Catholic Julie

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    1. Hope you decide to become a regular participant.

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  8. Thank you for the invitation, RAnn :) where can I get more information about the Catholic Bloggers Network? Never heard of you all before.

    My post is a simple, smaller-than-normal meditation on a piece of the Byzantine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, a snippet regarding the most holy Mother of God.

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    1. Jonathan, I'm not affiliated with the Catholic Blogger's Network. If you see someone with their button on their blog, ask them.

      This weekly meme grew out of the now-defunct Catholic Carnival. No one wanted to take over running it as it was such a major endeavor. I created this link-up to take its place.

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  9. I like the new look,RAnn. Thank you again for hosting.

    This week too was a low post week. Only one post, celebrating our 49th anniversary.

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    1. Congratulations! My husband and I are celebrating 23 years today.

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  10. post on FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students) missionary training in Champaign, IL!

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  11. Once again, RAnn, thanks so much for hosting us!!

    By the way, I really enjoy Taste of Home cookbooks, make me homesick for the old days of real cooking.

    Anyway, God Bless!!!

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    1. I'll bet your kids could follow the instructions in that cookbook and voila, homecooked food.

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