Saturday, February 04, 2012

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival

Sunday Snippets is brought to you each week by RAnn at This, That and the Other Thing.

We've had a couple of themes here at The Well since I last posted a Sunday Snippets, including Sarcasm/Irony and the Kingdom of God. We looked at street art by Bansky, Sarcasm Senryu by A. Thomas Hawkins, music by John Michael Talbot, a 14th century icon by Manuel Panselinos and a poem by St. Teresa of Avila.

I also wrote a post about The True Kingdom of God, and one about The Days of Candles and Light as well as one about the 130th Anniversary of FDR's birth.

2 comments:

Michele said...

i was born on the feast of saint blaise. sadly though, i hardly have me throat blessed. i should have done it this year!

Dymphna said...

Happy Birthday, Michele!! I haven't had my throat blessed in quite a while, because I'm usually working during daily Mass on the feast day.

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