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Catholic Meme

Pondering Catholic news, blogs, sites, podcasts, videos from @BarbaraKB. Working Catholic media for over 25 years. http://kolbemarket.com/bloggin...
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A Catholic Easter tradition endures, thanks to a multicultural city | cleveland.com - http://blog.cleveland.com/metro...
A Catholic Easter tradition endures, thanks to a multicultural city | cleveland.com
A Catholic Easter tradition endures, thanks to a multicultural city | cleveland.com
St. Edward High School freshman Brian Wolf of Strongsville helps prepare and distribute 8,500 Easter dinners at the St. Augustine Hunger Center in Cleveland Thursday. Students from St. Edward in Lakewood and Benedictine High School in Cleveland filled boxes with ham, rolls, vegetables, potatoes and desserts that will be delivered to several churches in the area. - Catholic Meme from Bookmarklet
Easter to Pentecost: Celebrate the next 50 Days! from @AmericnCatholic What's on your calendar? - http://www.americancatholic.org/feature...
Easter to Pentecost: Celebrate the next 50 Days! from @AmericnCatholic What's on your calendar?
Easter to Pentecost: Celebrate the next 50 Days! from @AmericnCatholic What's on your calendar?
Easter to Pentecost: Celebrate the next 50 Days! from @AmericnCatholic What's on your calendar?
Celebrate the Easter season from Easter Sunday through Pentecost with written, audio and video resources. - Catholic Meme from Bookmarklet
Earth Day and the legacy of St. Francis of Assisi share the goal of protecting the environment and all of God’s creation. #earthday - http://www.americancatholic.org/feature...
Earth Day and the legacy of St. Francis of Assisi share the goal of protecting the environment and all of God’s creation. #earthday
Earth Day and the legacy of St. Francis of Assisi share the goal of protecting the environment and all of God’s creation. #earthday
Earth Day and the legacy of St. Francis of Assisi share the goal of protecting the environment and all of God’s creation. #earthday
Care for creation is an ancient Catholic concern that has taken on renewed urgency in recent decades. Catholics are examining their faith-related responsibility to protect the environment. Earth Day and the legacy of St. Francis of Assisi share the goal of protecting the environment and all of God’s creation. - Catholic Meme from Bookmarklet
Cherishing a Good Friday Tradition from @AmericnCatholic Blog. What are your Triduum traditions? - http://blog.americancatholic.org/2011...
One tradition that I’ve grown to cherish takes place every year on Good Friday here in Cincinnati. It is praying the steps to Holy Cross-Immaculata Parish. My dad prayed the steps as a boy and it’s a tradition he has passed down to my sisters and me. - Catholic Meme from Bookmarklet
Happy Birthday Holy Father! - http://ff.im/BhZj4 Born on #4sqday. What should we make of THAT factoid? LOL!
The list of 150 bloggers invited to attend the meeting at the Vatican includes @fatherroderick @roccopalmo @lisahendey @americanpapist @the_crescat. Who else is on Twitter? - http://www.pccs.va/index...
The list of 150 bloggers invited to attend the meeting at the Vatican includes @fatherroderick @roccopalmo @lisahendey @americanpapist @the_crescat. Who else is on Twitter?
Over 750 requests were made and a hard decision-making process had to be put in place to ensure, as much as is possible, a broad representation of the blogosphere. There are some famous bloggers and some new bloggers, some are institutional, others personal, some tell vocational stories and others comment on international news or local issues. Some are well-financed, most are run on a shoestring. - Catholic Meme from Bookmarklet
Sculpting biblical scenes with soap, coffee, floor wax. - http://www.catholictranscript.org/home...
Sculpting biblical scenes with soap, coffee, floor wax.
Two of Ron Daisomont's Bible-inspired soap sculptures are pictured at left. (Photo by Jack Sheedy) - Catholic Meme from Bookmarklet
Fwd: State of Play--The Gaming Blog: Who Is The Patron Saint of Gaming? - http://www.stateofplayblog.com/2011... (via http://friendfeed.com/barbara...)
Fwd: State of Play--The Gaming Blog: Who Is The Patron Saint of Gaming? - http://www.stateofplayblog.com/2011/04/who-is-patron-saint-of-gaming.html (via http://ff.im/ACdna)
Fwd: State of Play--The Gaming Blog: Who Is The Patron Saint of Gaming? - http://www.stateofplayblog.com/2011/04/who-is-patron-saint-of-gaming.html (via http://ff.im/ACdna)
What spiritual books on your night stand? http://blog.americancatholic.org/2011... Do you have a book club @ your Catholic parish?
OH: "SO, what are we teaching children when we burn holy books?"
Listen: Pope Benedict reflects on Easter and Beatification of John Paul II - http://friendfeed.com/catholi... from Vatican Radio
Is God asking you to spiritually "climb higher" this Lent? http://twitpic.com/4g3vn6
Is God asking you to spiritually "climb higher" this Lent? http://twitpic.com/4g3vn6
Got a minute? Help @ServantBooks pick a book cover http://blog.americancatholic.org/2011... for new author @TammyEvevard
RT @MaryknollFrsBrs: Catholic, age 18-35 & open to a life-changing experience in China? Enter our "Explore My Mission" contest by Apr 9! http://www.exploremymission.org/
RT @ShannanB: Remarkable Families Symposium at Xavier (Win Passes!) Resource for parents w/ special needs children http://familyfriendlycincinnati.com/2011...
What's a missal? Why are words we say @ mass changing? http://www.americancatholic.org/samo... Deepen your understanding from @FriarGreg
I see no problem esp. w/the intercession of St. Patrick! RT @MagnificatMag: Would it be irreverent to pray for the @BronxZoosCobra?
Read (and RT) Mark Shea's blog post re: Fr. Corapi http://markshea.blogspot.com/2011... Such sanity!
Needs to be tweeted: I work with GREAT people in #cathmedia. Really. Such an honor!
New favorite #Catholic Twitter avatar/picture? Why @ghmvocations, of course! LOL!
RT @roccopalmo: From the grave, Card Bernardin inspires Illinois gov's decision to ban capital punishment: http://www.nytimes.com/2011...
RT @crsmith89: New ‘Catholic Moral Theology’ Blog Looks Promising! http://datinggod.org/2011... via @DanHoranOFM
RT @aNunsLife: Rest in Peace, Geraldine Ferraro. You rocked. http://anunslife.org/2011...
RT @CatholicNewsSvc: Modern technology is changing how news is consumed http://www.thecompassnews.org/news... How do u consume news? #cathmedia
Video contest for Catholic youth groups http://goodnessreigns.com/vote... Quite a nice selection! #cathmedia
RT @faith_reason: Catholic mothers to Bishops: Step up against abuse http://content.usatoday.com/communi...
The Cross and the Crucifix from @ElizabethEsther (h/t @conversiondiary) - http://www.elizabethesther.com/2011...
The Cross and the Crucifix from @ElizabethEsther (h/t @conversiondiary)
The Crucifix is at once both jarring and profound. You are forced to acknowledge the brutality of crucifixion–it is not a pleasant, polite, docile image. It is shocking. It is almost…garish. It made me ask myself: why? Why the crucifixion? Why such a brutal, seemingly needless end to life? - Catholic Meme from Bookmarklet
RT @LukeRussert Congrats to the #Cats and Coach Cal a brother in the #Catholic faith. Still pulling for #Kemba and #Butler.
"Mexicans Fill Pews, Even as #Catholic Church Is Slow to Adapt." (Interesting report on Brooklyn, NY parish) - http://www.nytimes.com/2011...
"Mexicans Fill Pews, Even as #Catholic Church Is Slow to Adapt." (Interesting report on Brooklyn, NY parish)
"Mexicans Fill Pews, Even as #Catholic Church Is Slow to Adapt." (Interesting report on Brooklyn, NY parish)
As the Roman Catholic Church in the United States struggles with an exodus of American-born faithful, its ranks have been replenished by recent Latino immigrants — most of them Mexicans, who have brought an intense faith and a youthful energy. That buoying effect is especially evident in New York City, where the Mexican population has grown more than 25-fold since 1980. In parishes where they have settled, they have flocked to church, replacing worshipers who have died, moved away, defected to evangelical congregations or abandoned religion altogether. - Catholic Meme from Bookmarklet
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