Saturday, December 17, 2011

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival


Join me and a growing group of Catholic bloggers at Sunday Snippets. Thanks to RAnn for hosting!

Semper Gaudete!: Sleeping Through Mass

Semper Gaudete!: New Picture in my Collection

Semper Gaudete!: Emulating Johnny Malone

Semper Gaudete!: The Bible in Chronological Order

Semper Gaudete!: Oh, That Cat!!!!!

Semper Gaudete!: Counteracting Worry

Semper Gaudete!: Changes To My "Books I Plan To Read" List

Semper Gaudete!: One LESS Item in Media Collection

Semper Gaudete!: Great Column From Fr. Frank Pavone

Semper Gaudete!: In Case of Accident, Please Call...

Semper Gaudete!: New Picture in my Collection

Semper Gaudete!: Books Read in the Past Week

Books Read in the Past Week


Books read for the first time are marked with a #

"The Twins at St Clare's"
"The O'Sullivan Twins"
"Summer Term at St Clare's"
by Enid Blyton
[children's fiction, British, school stories, series]

"Pollyanna of Magic Valley"#
by Virginia May Moffitt
[children's fiction, series]
{faithful to the original books by Eleanor H. Porter}
(Early in this book, Virginia May Moffitt writes:
"It was a simple game of just finding something to
be glad about. But sunshine is simple, too; yet
what would the world do without it?")
Exactly! And it was Pollyanna's "Glad Game" that
inspired my "Gratitude Attitude" Game!
And now, I'm actually thankful for the so-called "Pollyanna" book
that I read prior to this one, because it made me appreciate this
one all the more!

"The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Rolling"
by Neta Jackson
[Religious fiction, series, Protestant, multi-denominational and non-denominational]

New Picture in my Collection

I've just added a new picture
to my Rosary Art collection.

In Case of Accident, Please Call...

Many Catholics carry, or used to carry, a card with these
words printed on it:
"I am a Catholic. In case of accident, please call a priest."
Well, I knew a priest who had a card that read:
"I am a Roman Catholic priest. In case of accident, please call a doctor."

Great Column From Fr. Frank Pavone


Click here.
I wonder how the student responded to that teacher's request. I wonder how
I would have responded.