Sunday Snippets -- A Catholic Carnival
|Pic from MEK, Pencil in the Hole|
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
First, let me tell you about my Mom. Back in the day, when I was a child, everyone's Mom stayed at home. There came a time, (I was only three.) when Mom had to go to work. The first thing she did, with her first pay check, was buy me a tricycle. Boy, did I love that trike! But actually, that purchase symbolizes the main purpose of her working--to provide me with those little "extras," that Dad's paycheck didn't cover. God bless you, Mom!
What did I do this week? Well:
Sunday -- What happened to me on Divine Mercy Sunday.
Monday -- One of Mick's poems and drawings.
Tuesday -- Reflection on the Feast of St. Catherine of Siena.
Wednesday -- Wed. was the Feast of Pius V, but I was reading about an Icon of the Virgin of Nicopeia,
which was carried on one of the ships, in the Battle of Lepanto, (Pius V's reign) and
Thursday -- This post was inspired by Father Kevin's intro.
Friday -- Origin of the scapegoat.
Saturday -- Another prayer group tale.
To find out how the other Sunday Snippets' bloggers week went, click of to This And that and the other thing. How'd your week go?