Friday, September 28, 2007

Blogging Around and Finding Everything Your Heart Desires...Well, Almost!

Culture of Life:

Leticia at Cause of Our Joy shares Poetry for Forty Days for Life entitled "The Would-be Father", which focuses on the father of an aborted child and gives us a link to Lumina, a ministry for post-abortive men.

Culture of Death:

Suzanne at Big Blue Wave reports on a 22-year old woman from Massachusetts, who died on September 13, 2007, from hemorrhaging caused by an abortion obtained at Women Health Center in the Cape Cod town of Hyannis. The abortionist responsible for the death is reportedly Rapin Osathanondh, who made headlines in 2001 for threatening to murder five hospital nurses in a fit of rage over misplaced paperwork.

Conversion Story:

Blog by the Sea has an interesting post Episcopal Bishop Steenson Becoming Catholic: "This is the true home of Anglicanism." Bishop Jeffrey Steenson, the active Bishop of the Diocese of the Rio Grande in the Episcopal Church, announced today that he will become Roman Catholic. His letter to his clergy is posted on the Anglican website Stand Firm.


Therese at Aussie Coffee Shop shares an entertaining and hilarious video designed especially for moms here.


Esther posts on a mysterious and fascinating topic The Pains of Purgatory - Just one account of how the Holy Souls suffer in Purgatory.


Salve Regina has a fun "Blogger's Quiz" up. Check it out here.


Dympha at Dympha's Well has a Novena to Your Guardian Angel up.


Nancy at The Romance Chick speaks has a new meme I haven't seen before. Check it out here.


Donna Marie at Daily Donna Marie shares a beautiful prayer composed by Composed by John Henry Cardinal Newman, which was one of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta's favorites.


"Look to Christ on the Cross" offers a beautiful and powerful meditation and video on suffering. Check it out at Path to Holiness posted by Chelsea.


Mrs Jackie Parkes MJ said...

Thanks for all the links..God bless

Susan said...

Fabulous stories! Thanks so much for sharing them with us!

Esther said...

What a great line up! Thanks for the link Jean.
God bless,