For the Pope Benedict XVI section of this weeks carnival we have:
Dunmoose the Ageless asks that you join him in praying the Litany of the Saints for the start of Pope Benedict XVI pontificate.
DeoOmnisGloria Was Pope Benedict XVI (Ratzinger) a "Hitler Youth"?
Living Catholicism looks at Pope Benedict XVI and Young People
Lane Core Jr posts an appropriate and timely sermon by Msgr. Ronald Knox on praying for the Holy Father.
Herb Ely posts about Justice Anne Burke and the National review board and the positive signs that our new Pope will take this problem seriously.
Chris at Veritas proposes that Benedict has the most theological acumen of any pope in centuries.
Nathan at Fides, Spes, Caritas looks at the Holy Father’s pre-conclave statement about the "Dictatorship of Relativism" and ties our subconscious belief in the existence of absolute evil in the horror genre.
Here are some other reflections:
Kevin Miller at Heart, Mind and Strength gives us A reflection on what Jesus means in this Sunday’s Gospel when he calls himself “the way.”
Rob at Justice Knight look at the question of Ebay and the selling of consecrated hosts and how to be handle this sad situation.
Alicia in response to an email she received looks at the significant differences between non-violence and pacifism.
A Penitent Blogger has reflection on the challenging places we may find ourselves doing the work of Christ in the Belly of the Beast.
Mark at CowPi Journal asks the question Do you pray in the front or back room of the house in your heart? and reflects on a answer.
Nârwen at Quenta Nârwenion does something totally unexpected and posts a meditation by Venerable John Henry Newman. (Just tweaking you Donna 🙂 and did you know there are 29 more days tell St. Neri’s feast day?)
Jeff, I emailed you my entry Saturday… I would have emailed you about it, but since I’m not sure it would have gotten through, I’m commenting. Can you double-check that you didn’t receive it (at your gmail account), then send me an email, and I’ll reply?
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