Friday, February 19, 2010

The Weekly Five - Friday 2/19/10

The Weekly Five
The whole idea behind this new series is to introduce the folks on my blogroll to any and all who read this post. The plan is to feature 5 blogs per week and give a little overview...what they write about, that type of thing. Here is the third installment for your blogging interest. 

1) "Reviews of resources available online for those involved in Catholic faith education."  This site is also useful to homeschoolers and those individuals simply interested in knowing more about the Catholic faith. 

2) Catholic Family Faith  This blog is hosted by Teresa Burns and is "designed to enhance the faith development of the Domestic church, the Catholic family." You can find alot of good articles and links here...well worth a frequent visit.

3) Catholic Fire This blog is hosted by Jean Heimann.  Jean has an exceptionally beautiful blog and the first thing you will notice on her blog...she is definitely Catholic and definitely pro-life. Jean's posts can also be seen on Facebook.  I visit this blog often and am always happy I did.

4) Catholic Mother's Online On the sidebar you will read this. "What is Catholic Mothers Online? This blog started as the home on the Web for the Catholic Mothers Online blog roll, which is community listing of Catholic bloggers who are mothers - whether that be in the present, in your plans in the future, through being a godmother, or those who are mothers at heart. Currently, we also publish guest articles of interest to Catholic mothers several times a month, in addition to posting new blog roll members."

This was one of the first blogs I visited and continue to do so frequently. You will notice on my sidebar I am a member of Catholic Mothers Online.

5) Catholic Online Catholic PRWire Catholic PRWire is a Catholic content news bureau providing the latest in Catholic news and information for general distribution at no cost to providers or contributors. At Catholic PRWire you are able to access breaking news from thousands of organizations around the globe as well as post your news. Catholic PRWire news releases are Free to use for all publications.

Well, that's it, for the third edition of ...The Weekly Five. 

God willing I will be back February 26, with the next post of this series.


I thought I would like to try something new this week and see how it goes.  After all the whole idea is to generate reader's on your blogs and mine, so I've added Mr.Linky below.

Follow the steps below if you'd like to add a link to your own Weekly Five post.  

1) Make sure the link you submit is to the URL of your post and not your main blog URL. 

2) Include a link back here.

I look forward to reading your posts!

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