Thursday, April 24, 2008

Louisiana Catholic Blog Update for April 24th

I was a tad under the weather yesterday so I missed doing the Louisiana Catholic Blogger Update. So here we go for today

Ville Platte Catholic Youth Group is BUSY, BUSY, BUSY (Thanks For the Link)

Unskilled Labor has Hillary Vows to "Totally Obliterate" Iran

Catholic Tube has Missed The Pope

Full Circle has Spe Salvi ... on withdrawing from relationships because they *might* be painful, L'Osservatore Romano: a possible return to receiving on the tongue only?, and John Henry Cardinal Newman To Be Beatified

From The Recamier had her daily update here at Daily Update: April 23, 2008. She starts out with Saint George, Martyr (died c. 304) and Saint Adalbert, Bishop and Martyr (died 997). From there on is the usual fun stuff she talks about relating to the day's date.

Alive and Young has a interesting entry here Who is Your Spiritual Momma? that I want to check out more. Also go see Random Thought of the Day and Pro-Life Message from the Email Bag .

Please keep Apprentice of St. Joseph in your prayers. See Out of the Office

Cajun Cottage Under the Oaks has So Much for Communication and Marcie was right...

Fr. Victor Brown’s Catholic Daily Message has his daily thoughts at Feast of Saint Fidelis (24 Apr 2008)

Thoughts & Ruminations of Father Ryan has I’m Happier than a Tornado in a trailer park…, Catholic News Service might as well change their name to "Liberal Protestant News Service", New US studies back effectiveness of abstinence education, and Communion on the Hand is NOT older or more ancient than Com. on the Tongue

The Brown Pelican has
ST. PADRE PIO, INCORRUPT - 15,000 People to Pay Their Respects to Padre Pio on the First Day of the Viewing
TIMELESS TOPIC: The Virtue of Hope
Iowa House Cuts Off $750,000 in Funding to Planned Parenthood
Abstinence at Harvard
Pope: Mission Leaves No Room for Laziness, Cowardice
Survey Shows Unwed Mothers May See Abortion as Their Only Choice
Good News: 'Millennial' Generation Shows Respect for Traditional Values
How Gay Activism Shapes U.S. Public Policy
Studies Show Abstinence Education Works: Heritage Foundation Report
'We Are Truly Blessed!" Alaska Governor, Sarah Palin, Gives Birth to Son With Down’s Syndrome
Arrivals and Departures: Antagonism at Andrews, Joy at JFK
TODAY'S GOSPEL & MEDITATION - Remain in the Church
TODAY'S SAINT - St. Fidelis of Sigmaringen (1577-1622)

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