Monday, November 12, 2007


Attention shoppers; Due to the Catholic Carnival opening here tomorrow and all our workers are busy setting up the tents and baking the poticas and sausages, preparing the games and setting up the stage for the band, today we will present Quote Tuesday in place of the usual Monday post. Think of it as celebrating Ascention Thursday on Sunday.

FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: “’It is important for men to pray,’ said Mom. ‘To submit themselves to Christ.’ Everyone must bend his or her will, but this desire to clean up one’s own spiritual mess seems a more masculine failing. From a distance, the danger is easy to see: ‘It’s my problem, I’ll deal with it,’ leading to, ‘It’s my soul, I’ll sanctify it.’ No, you won’t” – from Matthew Lickona’s, “Swimming with Scapulars”

QUOTE II – “A fool makes the same mistake over and over. The wise man makes a new mistake each time.” - proverb


This was brought to my attention from over at The Curt Jester. It is a listing of orders that belong to the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious and provides all of the weblinks. Very inspiring!

Would you like some support in saying your rosary? Here is a podcast to help!

This was so stolen from Catholic in a Small Town, but I liked it so there.

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