Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Catholic Treasures

Each week I would like to feature a blog or website that I enjoy visiting that reflects the richness of our Catholic Faith.  We are blessed to have a vast array of sites dedicated to sharing that faith with others. This week, to start off, I am featuring two. One is a blog I've been following for a while, the other is a brand new website by the same author :

Thoughts on Grace - a great blog authored by Colleen Spiro. Colleen shares her reflections on God and her thoughts on spirituality with us at this site.

Catholic Prayer Life - Colleen's new website! At Catholic Prayer Life you can find information on Catholic spirituality, Catholic prayers and devotions, E-cards, audio reflections, and more!

Check them out!

7 comments:

  1. Two of my very favorites! (As is The Beautiful Gate!) Thanks for sharing this new feature...I look forward to visiting your recommended sites!

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  2. Mary! You are too kind! Thank you so much. I feel so blessed to have such supportive blogging buddies. God bless!

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  3. Judy,
    Benmakesten will be one of my featured sites in the weeks to come. It is my favorite Catholic family site! May God bless the work you are doing for Him :)

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  4. Colleen,
    I love your new site and have already visited it a number of times. I know it must have been a lot of work - it's awesome!

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  5. Mary, thank you for sharing the links. I am certainly familiar with Colleen. blessings.

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  6. To me catholic treasures are catholic books written by the saints. One of my favorite is Diary of St Faustina. There are wealth of that available online

    http://catholic-books.blogspot.com/

    God Bless

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  7. Anonymous,
    Yes, I have St. Faustina's Diary as well as many books written by the saints. They are certainly Catholic treasures :) The Catholic website I refer to above contains links to the Rosary, the Divine Mercy Chaplet, and many other Catholic Prayers, including Novenas. It's an excellent site.

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