Related Posts Widget for Blogs by LinkWithin

We're on Facebook!

>> Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Lacy (from Catholic Icing) encouraged me to set up a fan page for Catholic Mothers Online on Facebook.  I had thought about it as well, so that was just the kick in the pants I needed to do it.

Right now though, we're pretty lonely.  If you could become a fan of Catholic Mothers Online, that would be great!


New Blog Roll Members: March 23, 2010

Welcome to our newest blog roll members!

Mystical Rose Design

Caffeinated Catholic Mama

Somewhat Organized,Slightly Crafty Tot Teacher...and Mommy

Being Mirrors

In My Free Time

A Journey Through Lent

Why not pick one or two blogs to drop by and comment on?  Have a great week!

~ Angie


Seamus the Leprechaun Visited Our House This Morning

>> Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Last year on Saint Patrick's Day, we read about the saint and wrote short reports about him (and painted some shamrock pictures).  This year, we went with a little different approach...

We have never been visited by a leprechaun before, but the kids had been talking a lot about the pranks that leprechauns can pull in the last few days, so apparently Seamus the Leprechaun decided it was time for a visit.

The kids excitedly woke me up this morning to find all of the shenanigans that Seamus had left for us.

To read the rest of this post (and see all of the pictures), please visit my blog, Many Little Blessings.


2nd Sorrowful Mystery: The Scourging at the Pillar

>> Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Today's guest post is by Jennifer from My Chocolate Heart.

“Then Pilate took Jesus and had him flogged.” John 19:1

Let this mystery teach us purity, and to accept God’s will.

Flogging… they used a whip made of several strips of leather that were embedded at the ends with pieces of bone and lead. No Roman limitation was placed on the number of lashings inflicted, and often the victim didn’t survive the flogging. Jesus did.

“But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed.” Isaiah 53:5

Every blow from that cruel whip was for my sake. Every vicious tear in His flesh, every drop of precious blood that flowed was for my healing. Every agonizing moment of pain he endured was to secure my peace. His punishment, my freedom.

My impurities are not beaten out of me; they were beaten out of Him.

God deals with me gently and patiently, always with love. I can’t even fathom the harsh treatment Jesus received in my stead. He must have screamed in pain, but He never protested. He never even tried to whisper a plea to the Father, “Stop! Please stop!”

He would do anything to rescue a lost child.



Copyright © 2009 by Jennifer, happy homemaker and mom to 3, and lover of all things dark chocolate! Find her at My Chocolate Heart, and fear not; the smudges on your screen are just chocolate


New Blog Roll Members: March 4, 2010

>> Thursday, March 4, 2010

We have quite the list of new members this time around!  Why not pick one or two tomorrow, while you're eating your tuna sandwich (it'll be Friday, you know), and welcome them to Catholic Mothers Online!

Welcome to all of our newest members!


About This Blog

  © Blogger templates Shiny by 2008

Back to TOP