Catholic Carnival: Rosary for Mother Mary
This week’s Catholic Carnival is up and is being hosted by Sarah at Just Another Day of Catholic Pondering. It has a beautiful rosary theme and a wide variety of great posts.
Here are a few of my favorite posts there:
Alexa’s post “Blessed are the Pure of Heart,” in which is she bares her heart and testifies to Our Heavenly Father’s infinite mercy and compassion. You’ll learn about her late husband and how prayer played a part in the struggle that she holds up to us as a gift, one she shares with grace.
Elizabeth’s “Playing Elizabeth to Their Mary, in which she shares a view of the Visitation from within. As an “aged Elizabeth,” she found herself ministered to by many women, and it felt, she says, as though “I’d been mothered by the Blessed Mother herself.”
Kate’s I’ll Never Walk Alone. When God designed marriage, he knew what he was doing. Kate discovers it in the midst of a trying time with her children, and shares it in “I’ll Never Walk Alone.”
There are plenty more wonderful posts there, so be sure to check them all out.