Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Catholic Carnival 183: A Treasure Chest of Goodies

This week's Catholic Carnival is up at Organ-ic Chemist and she did a great job of organizing the many posts there. This week has been a crazy one for me so I neglected to enter.

Here are a few of my favorites:

Marcel's post entitled Humanae Vitae and The Catholic Church, is an extensive discussion on Mary Eberstadt's article The Vindication of Humanae Vitae. He presents a very interesting and extensive discussion in his well-researched post.

Heidi at the Extraordinary Moms Network gave a list of posts she made on her other blog, Mommy Monsters Inc. which reflects what she considers to be the highlights of Humanae Vitae.

Heidi also posted a beautiful reflection at Behold Your Mother on St. Joseph and the sacrifices he may have made being the husband of Mary.

Elena at My Domestic Church reflects on the trials and tribulations of pregnancy and childbirth.

Jane at Building the Ark writes on how she managed to find God in the garbage.

There are many more great posts at the Catholic Carnival this week, so be sure to check them all out!

Carnival art print by Catherine Jones, at via Organ-ic Chemist.

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