Saturday, December 15, 2012

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival

Please join me and a growing group of Catholic bloggers at Sunday Snippets.  Thanks to RAnn for hosting!  I've discovered some wonderful blogs here.

Semper Gaudete!: Written By the Finger of God: Animals and Advent
(Shared from Anabelle's blog, with some added material on my own blog.)

Semper Gaudete!: New Image in Art Collection

Semper Gaudete!: Today's Homily - 2012-12-08 - Fr. Anthony Mary, MFVA -The Immaculate Con...

Semper Gaudete!: Today's Homily - 20120-12-10 - Fr. John Trigilio, Ph D., Th. D. - Persev...

Semper Gaudete!: Today's Homily - 2012-12-11 - Fr. John Trigilio, Ph D., Th. D. - St. Je...

Semper Gaudete!: Homily 2012 12 12 Fr John Trigilio Ph D Th D Our Lady of Guadalupe

Semper Gaudete!: Homily 2012 12 13 - Fr John Trigilio Ph D Th D - St. Lucy

Semper Gaudete!: Homily 2012-12-14 - Fr John Trigilio Ph D Th D - St John of the Cross

Semper Gaudete!: Not Cover to Cover

Semper Gaudete!: Books Read in the Past Week




Books Read in the Past Week

Books read for the first time are marked with a #

"Little House in the Big Woods"
{carried over from last week}
"Little House on the Prairie"
"On the Banks of Plum Creek"
{carrying over into next week}
by Laura Ingalls Wilder
[children's fiction, historical, series, autobiographical]

"The Books You Read--Devotional Edition" #
Edited by Charles E "T" Jones
Foreword by D. James Kennedy
[non-fiction]


"The Story of a Pantry Shelf, and Outline History of Grocery Specialties" #
published by The Butterick Publishing Company
[non-fiction]
(Executives from various companies share the history of their products, 
along with their advertising and distribution methods in this book published in the 1920s.)
[reading online in Open Library.]
{carrying over into next week}


Not Cover to Cover

Once again, I am trying to read the entire Bible.  No.  Not trying.  This time,  I am READING the entire Bible.  What I am NOT doing is reading straight through from cover to cover.  Instead, I'm selecting a book, reading it, making a mark next to the title in a list in the front, and then choosing another book.  I've already started with The Gospel According to St. Luke. After that, I'll read The Acts of the Apostles.  Next, I'll probably read one of the books of the Old Testament, most likely one of the Wisdom books.
The Historical books will be read in their proper sequence, but probably (I'm not saying "definitely") not one right after the other.  It would be very confusing to read, let's say,
Deuteronomy, and then Exodus, and then Leviticus, and then Genesis, and then Numbers.
And yes, I am using my well-worn RSV-CE Bible!
And even though I'm not reading from cover to cover, I think I'll save The Book of Revelation, which, incidentally, I love, for the last.

Homily 2012-12-14 - Fr John Trigilio Ph D Th D - St John of the Cross



Fr. Trigilio finishes the week with another wonderful homily.