You can check out week one, week two and week three if you missed them before and here is the final snippet from Anne’s Advent Meditations:
“At the announcement that she would give birth to “the Son of the Most High” without knowing
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This Advent prayer speaks to my heart today:
Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, ever faithful to your promises and ever close to your Church: the earth rejoices in hope of the Savior’s coming and looks forward with longing to his return at the end of time. Prepare our hearts and remove the sadness that
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If you missed them week one and two can be found here and here.
Here’s a snippet of this week’s Advent Meditation that you can find over at Living in the Two Hearts:
“In other words, Mary participated with the sufferings that would be her Son’s, joining
Continue reading Advent Meditation, Week Three: Continuing Mary’s Journey
In this week’s Advent Meditation, my friend Anne is expounding on the life and mission of Mary, the Blessed Mother. Here’s a snippet:
“What Mary does, who Mary is, how Mary is obedient and LOVES God is the model for us, the the REAL HUMAN EXAMPLE of how we
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My friend Anne is starting an in-depth Advent meditation series that I thought you all may like to check out. Here’s a snippet from her first post:
“What is Advent?
The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches us:
[It's the] Liturgical Season of four weeks devoted to the preparation
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Joy to the World: Advent Activities for Your Family has been on my (LONG!) list of books to buy and read so I was thrilled when I won it during one of RAnn’s Christmas in September giveaways.
Every year when the second week in November comes, I
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Here’s my contributions for this week’s edition of Sunday Snippets (hosted over at RAnn’s blog):
Monday: An easy and yummy pumpkin bread recipe.
Tuesday: Suggestions for keeping Advent meaningful.
Friday: Asked for prayers for discernment regarding a family matter.
Have a blessed week as you
Continue reading Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival (December 12, 2012)
The other day, Colleen from Carpe Diem, Gorgeous!, asked me in the comments how I celebrate Advent and make it meaningful in our family. I answered her; but felt that my answer wasn’t enough, so I decided to do a blog post about it.
In the past, I overdid it. I
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As we near the end of the first week of Advent, I feel called to share this beautiful prayer to Our Lady. It is one of the antiphons available at the end of night prayer in the Liturgy of the Hours for the Advent Season.
May Our Lady pray for us and guide
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