Dia daoibh! A Catholic Mom Climbing The Pillars is hosting this week's Catholic Carnival -- a round up of Catholic posts from the blogosphere. She does a wonderful job with her Irish theme on this feast of St. Patrick weaving in pictures, prayers, and poetry -- as well as a bit o' the Irish.
Our lastest post has left her shaking her head -- but nodding just a little. We had the same experience when writing it.
What is the Catholic Carnival?
Blog Carnivals have been around for several years now - almost as long as blogs. In simple terms, they are a collection of blog posts from various bloggers and often from different points of view on a specific topic.
Each week the Catholic Carnival includes a varying number of Catholic posts from throughout the blogosphere. Any Catholic blogger can submit a post and the only real rule is that it cannot contradict Catholic doctrine. So far that rule has been enough to keep it as a high-quality location to find interesting Catholic thought on a weekly basis. Each Tuesday the Carnival is posted at a specific blog. You can find out where it's at either at Living Catholocism's Catholic Carnival section or at the Catholic Carnival page of Blog Carnival (which lists many, many blog Carnivals).