is up at Musings for a Catholic Bookstore. Susie is our hostess for this week and she has done a fantastic job of writing this up and organizing the posts.
Here are just a few of my favorite posts there:
Elena at My Domestic Church explores some of the reasons why voting for Obama might seem like logical choice for her current situation, but why her conscience would never allow it. In her post Response from Poverty, she reminds us that there are more important issues to consider this election than just economics, and why nothing is more important than protecting and respecting life.
Christine at Domestic Vocation gives us some Perspective with a side of Cheval Blanc, 1947. It’s easy to forget how good we Catholics have it here in America, even with the current tensions going on. She reminds us why we should be thankful every day, even for those things we’d rather gripe about – even for those Masses that fail to meet our preferences.
A Catholic Mom Climbing the Pillars offers A Word about the Eucharist and why, as the source and summit of our faith, it deserves more reverence than we typically give. This beautiful reflection will certainly give you something to think about.
Sarah at Just Another Day of Catholic Pondering shares The Comfort of the Rosary, her thoughts on the comforting role the Rosary plays in her life. It’s a perfect reminder of why we dedicate the month of October to the Holy Rosary, and a reminder of why so many turn to the Rosary in times of need.
But, don’t stop here…go and read all the great posts at Musings for a Catholic Bookstore.