Saturday, July 23, 2011

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival



Join me and other Catholic bloggers at Sunday Snippets. Thanks once again to RAnn for hosting!

Semper Gaudete!: Gotta Conserve Energy!

Semper Gaudete!: A Bit Anachronistic

Semper Gaudete!: Books Read in the Past Week

Books Read in the Past Week


Sundays:
"Trustful Surrender to Divine Providence
The Secret of Peace and Happiness"
by Father John Baptiste St. Jure, S.J.
(Part 1)
and Blessed Claude de la Columbiere, S.J. (Part 2)
Translated by Prof. Paul Garvin

"Wilfulness and its Consequences"
{British spelling}
by Mary Elizabeth Herbert
(fiction)
[e-book]

Weekdays
"Dear Papa"
by Thyra Ferre Bjorn
(fiction, Christian [Protestant] themes)

"Peace Comes To The Chalet School"
by Katherine Bruce
(children's fiction)
[fill-in]
"Three Go To The Chalet School"
"The Chalet School and the Island"
"Peggy of The Chalet School"
by Elinor M. Brent-Dyer
(children's fiction)


A Bit Anachronistic

Since I've just added "The Wedding At Cana" by Paolo Veronese to my Rosary Pictures collection, I thought I'd share an appropriate post from one of my old blogs.

I've seen more than one meditation on the 2nd Luminous Mystery (The Wedding at Cana) where we are told to think of a Jewish wedding, the music, the dancing. Well, that makes my meditation on that Mystery a bit anachronistic. When I think of a Jewish wedding, the music, the dancing, I think "Hava Nagila"!

Gotta Conserve Energy!

This is Saturday, and on Saturday I usually do my laundry.
Not this week, though! We are having a heat wave, and that means more air conditioners and fans are being used all over Brooklyn. So THAT means we are being asked NOT to use washers, dryers, and so on.
Several neighborhoods have had power outages, and I sure don't want that. No power would mean no radio, no coffee, no computer, and, worst of all, no TV!
Why do I say, "Worst of all, no TV"???
Well, no TV would mean no EWTN!