I’m opening this link-up because I thought it would be fun to see a few new Catholic blogs!
Okay, keep in mind I’m a homeschooling mom of 9 and I have very limited time to surf the internet or blog hop. So this is just a fun link-up I started to collect Catholic blogs. link
I love seeing other faith-centered blogs, but I don’t get around much, so feel free to list your
Catholic blog here. Hopefully I can pop over and visit.
Please, drop by these other blogs and say “hi” to them, too!
Rules: Just Catholic Blogs which are in-line with the Church’s teachings. That’s it!

Feel free to link back to this link-up if you wish to, but it’s not necessary….

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  1. ooo fun thanks for hosting! I don't post all Catholic stuff (lots of motherhood stuff) but I do occasionally and love my faith above all else!Can't wait to check out these other Catholic bloggers!JamieFor Love of Cupcakes

  2. Thanks for doing this Jennifer!! what a great idea. I'll be cfhecking out all these blogs!!

  3. Saw this post via Pinterest, what an awesome idea–thanks for putting it into action! Can't wait to get to 'meet' some of these wonderful ladies 🙂

  4. Thanks for bringing all these Catholic blogs to my attention. It is always refreshing to find so many new and Catholic blogs out there. God bless!

  5. Thank you for linking up such great Catholic blogs in one spot! I definitely think having authentic Catholic blogs and Facebook Catholic blog pages on the world wide web is embracing the new evangelization that Pope John Paul II taught 🙂 I look forward to linking up this page to my own blog for my own reference! God bless! Tracy at \”A Slice of Smith Life\”

  6. Jennifer, thank you for this page and for adding my blog. It is wonderful to have so many blogs listed in one place and I look forward to exploring them.

  7. Thank you for the link up!! I just added mine : ) I have much to catch up!! Have a blessed summer!!

  8. Wow Jennifer! That's quite a list of Catholic blogs all in one place! I'm guessing there will be many I know and a number of them, that I do not. Thanks for bringing everyone together!

  9. Hi, I just found your blog and am now following! I am a strong Christian (not a Catholic) but I love your blog and look forward to following more of your posts. You have a lovely family that you are raising strong in your faith and I salute you! I love reading about families in which the parents are raising the children to love the Lord Jesus Christ. God bless you!

  10. finally got around to linking up! Also, I am nominating you for the \”sunshine award\” Stop by my blog for details and the icon!Love seeing what you are coming up with!Nancydosmallthingswithlove.blogspot.com

  11. Hi Jennifer,You have the best ideas! Love it!! Thanks for adding my blog in!I'm looking forward to reading these blogs. I've been on some of them but there are a lot I haven't heard of. I hope you and your family are well 🙂 My blog break has been going on for too long and I miss visiting all my friends online!

  12. Thanks Jennifer, for creating this list!Have a wonderful day…God bless,Chris at Campfires and Cleats

  13. Hi Mich,Thank for asking… Just click on the blue and white \”Add Your Link\” button. Then fill out the information it requests. It'll ask your name (name of blog), the blogs URL (web address) and your email address. Then hit the \”Next Step\” button and it will load a collection of images from your blog and you need to pick one. Then follow the other steps as needed. It's not too hard, but confusing at first! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again! :-)God Bless!

  14. It says linkup closed 🙁

  15. Hello my brothers and sisters, I have recently started to author a blog called http://www.canadiancatechist.com . I am a Marian Catechist in formation, and part of my formation process involves an active participation in catechetical instruction. I am in my second year of advanced catechetics through the Marian Catechist Apostolate in Lacrosse Wisconsin. Our founder is Servant of God Father John Hardon, and our current Director is His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Burke, Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura. I am trying to provide a blog site that is less geared towards another opinion, and more focussed on what The Catholic Church truly teaches. I will provide short, but thorough catechesis on all subjects Catholic, starting with The Apostles Creed. Working through all twelve articles in a systematic, ordered way. All material is available for reprint, to be copied, forwarded or used in anyway to help advance The Truth of The Church, please just give a mention if doing so. I welcome questions and comments also. Also part of my Catechetical activities are facilitating Holy Scripture study on Saturday nights at our families local Parish in Ontario Canada. So, it is not all Doctrine, I also study Holy Scripture. I believe it is essential today for Catholics to be very familiar with The Holy Bible as well as the timeless teachings of The Church. Last of all, my name is Lee Bastings, and all I hope for is the salvation of souls and conversion of sinners, myself included. May Jesus and His Holy Immaculate Mother, Bless us all. in JMJ, Lee

  16. I'd like to introduce you to \”Our Franciscan Fiat\” – https://ourfranciscanfiat.wordpress.com .In starting this blog, it was our hope that we could connect more with people who are already friends of the community as well as with others who may be interested in Religious Life. The inspiration for the title of our blog comes from a couple of passages in our Rule and Constitutions (quoted below). “Fiat” is the Latin word for “Let it be,” which is often used to refer to Mary’s response, her “yes” to the Angel Gabriel at the Annunciation. We, as Franciscan Sisters of Dillingen, are called to echo this loving, obedient “yes” every day of our lives. This is alluded to in the passages quoted below:“Let the brothers and sisters keep the example of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God and of our Lord Jesus Christ, ever before their eyes…according to the exhortation of St. Francis who held Holy Mary, Lady and Queen, in highest veneration since she is the virgin made church. Let them also remember that the immaculate Virgin Mary, whose example they are to follow, called herself the handmaid of the Lord.” (#17, Rule of the Third Order Regular of St. Francis)“Mary, who shared in the work of Redemption through her “Yes” to the Father can help us to speak anew and to live each day our “Yes” to our vocation.” (Dillingen Franciscan Constitutions: 2.17)Here, I hope to share with you some of what it means, on a day to day basis, to be a Franciscan Sister of Dillingen in our Hankinson Province.

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