Saturday, April 28, 2012

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival

Join me and other Catholic bloggers at Sunday Snippets. Thanks to RAnn for hosting. I've
discovered some wonderful blogs here.

Semper Gaudete!: Ongoing Novena for the Reversal of the HHS Mandate

Semper Gaudete!: Prayers for Fr. Edmund Sylvia

Semper Gaudete!: New Feature: Your Prayer Requests

Semper Gaudete!: Picture Added to Rosary Art Collection

Semper Gaudete!: What is a Eucatastrophe?

Semper Gaudete!: Commercial added to my Chocolate Collection

Semper Gaudete!: New Item in Vintage Media Collection

Semper Gaudete!: Homily 2012-04-25 - Fr Joseph Mary MFVA - St Mark -

Semper Gaudete!: New Image in my Rosary Art Collection

Semper Gaudete!: Homily 2012-04-27 - Fr Anthony Mary MFVA - Easter Weekday

Semper Gaudete!: Winky Does It Again!

New Feature: Your Prayer Requests

Please post any prayer requests you may have in the Comments section.

Books Read in the Past Week

Books read for the first time are marked with a #

"Tough Choices for Roxie"
 {carried over from last week}

Chelsea's Special Touch"
 by Hilda Stahl
 [children's fiction, Christian {Protestant, denomination(s) not specified}, series]

"A Pocket Full of Seeds"
 "Lost in America"#
 by Marilyn Sachs
 [children's fiction {older children} historical,
based on the life of the author's friend, Fanny Krieger]
(the second book was written more than 30 years after the first)

"Walt Disney's Spin and Marty
Authorized Edition"
by Lawrence Edward Watkin
{original title "Marty Markham"}
[children's fiction]

(I loved the "Spin and Marty" serials on the original
Mickey Mouse Club.)
(Open Library Loan)

by Mary Christner Borntrager
[fiction, Amish/Mennonite, Ellie's People Series]

"The Naughtiest Girl Keeps a Secret"
"The Naughtiest Girl Helps A Friend"

"The Naughtiest Girl Saves The Day"
 by Anne Digby
[children's fiction, school stories, English, Enid Blyton's Naughtiest Girl Series]
{continuations, commissioned by The Enid Blyton Company}

"The Friendly Persuasion"
by Jessamyn West
[historical fiction, Quakers]
{carrying over into next week}

Winky Does It Again!

Often, after he has eaten, Winky will come to Mom, or to me,
and run his tongue all the way around his mouth (cat pantomime
for "I just ate")
Well, one morning last week, right before Mass, he went into the
kitchen for a morning snack.
The Mass began, and the celebrant was Fr. Mark. Winky came into the
living room, sat down in front of the television, looked up at Fr. Mark,
and ran his tongue around his mouth.
He was telling Fr. Mark, "I just ate!"