Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival (September 19)

Here’s what’s been going on here this week:

Sunday: The Cross.

Monday: Put the Lime in the Coconut

Tuesday: My top ten favorite Christian music artists and the busy woman’s cookie recipe.

Wordless Wednesday: Our Lady of Sorrows, pray for us!

Thursday: How I changed my rotten attitude with a little gratitude!

Fearless Friday: Prayer for vocations.

Check out other Sunday Snippets over at RAnn’s blog!

Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival (September 12)

Hope y’all had a great week and ready for another week of Sunday Snippets! Here’s what’s been going on this week:

Monday: It was Labor Day!

Tuesday: Gave a little link love to just a few blogs I enjoy and posted the Perfect Roast Recipe.

Wordless Wednesday: Pictures from the Southeastern Railroad Museum!

Thursday: Shared a bit of journaling in the Simple Woman’s Daybook.

Fearless Friday: Offered my own personal memorial of the September 11, 2001 attacks.

Wishing all a blessed week!

Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival (September 5)

Here’s this week’s Sunday Snippets:

Sunday: The Beheading Edition of Saints and Scripture Sunday

Monday: Saint Jeanne Jugan: Champion of the Aged

Tuesday: 10 Random Things I want to Learn Before I Die

Works for Me Wednesday’s  monthly theme:  Back to School Tips

Thursday: September Stands for Sorrow

Fearless Friday: Prayer for Those Trying to Conceive

Hope you all have a wonderful and productive week! God bless!

Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival (August 29)

Welcome  to this week’s edition of Sunday Snippets! Why don’t you share what you’ve been blogging with us at RAnn’s?

On Sunday, it was the (uncelebrated) feast of the Queenship of Mary.

On Monday, I shared my Secret to Holiness.

On Tuesday, it was all about my Top Ten Favorite Christian Books.

On Wednesday, I discovered The Discipline Jar which has made a HUGE difference in my son’s behavior!

On Thursday, it was (not quite!) wordless, with Andrew showing off a Proud Moment.

On Fearless Friday, the feast of Saint Monica, we joined in prayer for the conversion of sinners.

Have a wonderful week!

Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival (August 22)

My this past week went fast! I can’t believe it’s Sunday again already! Here’s this week’s Sunday Snippets:

Sunday: It was the feast of the Assumption of Mary and we discovered a little bit about one of Mary’s most faithful sons: Saint Max.

Monday: I discovered a beautiful prayer that I shared with everyone: O Jesus Living in Mary.

Tuesday: What are your favorite books that you love to read to your children? I shared our Top Ten Chidren’s Books.

Wednesday: Need something sweet? This week’s recipe is Tasty Fruit Tarts.

Thursday: Does the Sacrament of Reconciliation make you squeamish? Here’s How to Make a Good Confession.

Friday: Fearless Friday had us Praying for Cancer Patients and for their caregivers.

Wishing you all another blessed and wonderful week!

Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival

Here’s this week’s Sunday Snippets:

Sunday brought us a challenge from the gospels: Where does Your Treasure Lie?

Monday gave us an easy and super tasty chocolate cookie recipe.

Tuesday brought us to the bible where we shared our favorite Top 10 Scripture Verses to Memorize with Your Children.

Wednesday went wordless (sort of!) as I showed off a couple of pictures from Andrew’s sticker fun!

On Thursday we had tea with Saint Clare.

Fearless Friday gave us another opportunity to pray for each other.

I pray that today, on the feast of the Assumption, Our Lady will intercede for you and all your intentions and that the coming week brings many blessings upon you. 🙂

Sunday Snippets–A Catholic Carnival

I am happy to be participating in my first Sunday Snippet. A big thanks to This That and the Other Thing blog for hosting!

Here is a brief synopsis of this week’s posts:

On Monday, I offered suggestions on how to honor the Blessed Mother during the Month of August, as it is dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

On Tuesday, I shared my entry for the Simple Woman’s Day Book.

On Wednesday, it was all about organization – organizing kitchen utensils, to be exact. How do you organize yours?

On Thursday, we learned a little bit about Lectio Divina, which is is Latin for praying the scriptures.

On Friday, we were fearless. It is the day dedicated to praying for each other. It was also the feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord, so my prayer theme was “Listen to Him.”

That was it for this week. I hope you all have a Blessed Sunday and a fabulous week. God bless you.