Wednesday, September 23, 2009

A- Z Wednesday, Growing up Catholic,


Here we go again it's A-Z Wednesday, the letter G.
Welcome to A-Z Wednesday!!
To join, here's all you have to do:
Go to your stack of books and find one whose title starts with the letter of the week.
Post:
1~ a photo of the book
2~ title and synopsis
3~ link(amazon, barnes and noble etc.)
4~ Come back here and leave your link in the comments
If you've already reviewed this book you can add it also.
Be sure to visit other participants to see what book they have posted and leave them a comment.
(We all love comments, don't we?)
Who knows? You may find your next "favorite" book.

THIS WEEKS LETTER IS: G

Growing up Catholic

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An infinitely funny Guide for the faithful, the fallen, and everyone in between by Mary Jane Frances Cavolina Meara, Jeffrey Allen Joseph Stone, Maureen Anne Teresa Kelly, and Richard Glen Michael Davis.

I've only just started to read this book, and while I'm not rolling on the floor laughing yet, I do remember when, doesn't that give away my age. Have a great A-Z Wednesday and do check out the other posts.

photo of a book I own.

7 comments:

Carmi said...

That does look like a great book!

busy91 said...

May Crownings aren't THAT bad. LOL!
Thanks for stopping by.

Anonymous said...

I was part of the living rosary for May crownings. It was truly living when the girls started to faint!

Irene, can I read the book after you are finished. Thanks. Alice

me again said...

I think I would enjoy this book ... and likely I'd get a lot of questions answered!
:-)

Vicki said...

This book might answer many questions!

Thanks for playing!

Kristen said...

This looks like a fun one. My kids used to go to Catholic school (and we're not Catholic) so some of what went on at school mass was very confusing to me. I still remember the day a little old lady asked me to fill her bottles with holy water. After all my questioning, I'm sure my fellow moms (all of whom were cradle Catholics) were dead tired of me. LOL!

Jeanne said...

i've read this one. It is funny and brought back lots of memories of all those years of Catholic school.