Monday, April 30, 2007

Catholic Carnival: St Joseph the Worker

This week's Carnival is dedicated to St Joseph the Worker. The feast of St Joseph the Worker was established in the 50s as a counter to May Day. Well over a billion human beings still suffer under the yoke of Communism despite the end of the Cold War. St Joseph pray for the end of Communism.
Monastic Musings has a post about Easter in Iraq. I found this post especially interesting since I am a soldier and I will inevitably also spend an Easter in Iraq.
Catholic Fire has a post on the issue of Stem Cell Research. We should all learn about it so that we can better inform our consciences.
Jay over at Living Catholicism wrote a book review on "Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters".
Christus Vincit gives us a post on a poignant acronym using the letters of the word Bible.
My Domestic Church contributed a post about making a First Communion dress.
THEOdyssey tells about a God-shaped Vacuum in all of us.
Jen at Daughter of the King sent in Powerful Prayer about the Rosary in her life and the power of the Rosary.
At just another day of Catholic pondering we have a salute to a great teacher and inspiration.
Ho Kai Paulos shares with us a post about prayer to persons other than God in "Tough Questions-Praying to Angels".
Three attitudes among Christians towards Family Planning are discussed at Fructus Ventri.
A third way has a great post about Mary at the wedding at Cana. Do whatever He tells you!
HMS Blog has shares a reflection on the Good Shepherd Sunday readings.
Book Reviews and More has a review of a book by one of my favorite authors, Peter Kreeft.
A Catholic Life, written by a new seminarian, has a post about what else? World Day of Prayer for Vocations.
A post at Catholic Land reflects on current events.
Scripture in the Divine Office is discussed at Postscripts from the Catholic Spitfire Grill. Its an apologetics post addressed to those who claim that Holy Mother Church lacks an emphasis on Scripture.
Tom O'Toole has a top ten list of 19th Century French Saints. Saint John Vianney and St Therese de Lisieux, along with St Catherine Laboure. HOO-AH!
Cause of Our Joy sent in a post about how sad it is when a town has no children.
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My God, I believe, I adore, I hope and I love You! I ask pardon of You for those who not believe, do not adore, do not hope and do not love You!

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