Saturday, September 5, 2009

The Sacramental Way

I have been reading The Sacramental Way, which are selections from papers given at the first six National Liturgical Weeks, from 1940 to 1945. So far, I have cherry picked two sections (on Baptism and The Family) and found them to be most wonderful. However, as my husband well knows, I am very bad about picking up books and never finishing them.

Thus, I am going to blog about each section - a summary if you will of morsels I find particularly interesting and/or helpful (and I hope you all will feel the same).

Also, tomorrow is our son's Baptism...we are so excited!


mel said...

Praying for all of you at the baptism - and also for other family members who will witness this significant event and continue to ask "why".

~Joseph the Worker said...

I can't wait to hear your summaries. Pics of the baptism coming up shortly!

Anonymous said...

I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


~Joseph the Worker said...

Thanks for posting Susan. Hope to hear from you again.

Seraphina said...

Mel, thank you for your prayers, especially for those who aren't Catholic. It really meant a lot to us that those that didn't share Joseph and I's faith took the time to come and see the blessed event.

Susan, thanks for stopping by and Joseph and I look forward to reading comments from you again!

mel said...

We share more faith than we realize.
This journey is an interesting one, although not public.