Sunday Snippets – A Catholic Carnival

November 17, 2012

Visitors, please join us at RAnn’s This That and the Other Thing for some other good reads.

My posts for the week:

At An Obama Voter Flames Me, I answer with a short lesson on mortal sin and a few other comments.

The Parable of the Wheat and the Cockle explains why God lets the bad coexist with the good in this life.

If you know someone who struggles with the aftermath of childhood sexual abuse, you may want to forward this post to them. Dawn Eden shares how she overcame it in this video episode of The Journey Home on EWTN.  I am really impressed with Eden’s blogs and other writing and recommend her to all for her clarity and depth.

Sharing in the Sins of Others is the first of a nine post series on sin.  The lack-of-morality slope is much more slippery than we might think.

In Sabbath Moments I mention a quote by Pope St. Pius X that applies today.

God bless all my readers!

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3 Comments to Sunday Snippets – A Catholic Carnival

  1. As a convert, I love to learn about the richness of past teaching
    I just post a parable on the “slippery slope” about a frog and hot water -you might know it.

  2. melanie jean juneau on November 18th, 2012
  3. p.s. your blog roll looks very inviting

  4. melanie jean juneau on November 18th, 2012
  5. Melanie, thanks for your visits and comments. I am ashamed to say that I need to update my blog roll to be of better service to my readers. The lazy side of me has neglected it.

  6. barb on November 18th, 2012


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