Sunday Snippets – A Catholic Carnival

January 27, 2013

Scissors cut paperJoin us all over at RAnn’s virtual parlor, This That and the Other Thing for a great roundup of posts.

I’m working on a series of posts on sin.  Eventually they will all be expanded, added to as in new chapters, and become an ebook.  I’m doing a lot of praying, researching, and nit-picking of my writing because I want to faithfully represent Church teaching.  This week I wrote What is Sin?

In Sabbath Moments I wrote some history and observations on fasting and abstaining from meat on Fridays.

From APOD:

So much for today’s modern idea held by too many of the so-called educated populace – that the Greeks living before Christ were a bunch of stupid old dead guys.  Click on the photo to get the story.

The Antikythera Mechanism

The Antikythera Mechanism

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Sunday, January 27th, 2013 Sunday Snippets

1 Comment to Sunday Snippets – A Catholic Carnival

  1. For the past couple of weeks I have been thinking, “I’ve GOT to e-mail Barb and tell her that her posts on sin would make a great e-book” so I was thrilled to hear that you will be doing this. I think your posts on sin are the best and most thorough I’ve read anywhere and oh do we ever need books on this subject today!
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