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The Silent Saint – A Tribute to Saint Joseph

19 March 2017

Editor’s Note: Originally published on March 19, 2010, the first day of publication of AlwaysCatholic.com. We are reprinting it for the  7th Anniversary of ACBlog. This is one of the most read pieces on the site and after you read it, you will know why.

Happy Saint Joseph’s Day from AlwaysCatholic

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The Silent Saint
by @AncientSoul

On March 19th, the anniversary of the debut of this blog, we remember St. Joseph. I think St. Joseph is one of the most forgotten of all Saints, yet … which of the other Saints were ever closer to our dear Lord? I have to stop and stand in awe of this faithful servant of God. Is he quoted in the Bible frequently? No. Does he have the fanfare and notoriety that many other Saints have? Not so much.

Let’s stop a moment and really consider his role in redemption. One can hardly focus on St. Joseph without first looking at our Blessed Mother. Here we find a young girl not barely ‘sweet sixteen’ who is told something quite unbelievable to the average person, namely that she would conceive the Son of God in a miraculous way and remain a virgin. We all know this, but I think often many take it for granted that the times in which she lived were precarious at best. An unmarried woman that found herself pregnant would soon feel the biting sting of stones tearing and bruising her flesh and breaking her bones. Still, she trusted and accepted according to the Perfect Will of God without hesitation!

Then we have to look towards Joseph. An older man .. a widower who was to marry this young girl, yet what to do when he learns that she is with child? He knew full well what would be her fate if he publicly declared this. His kind and protective nature decided to just divorce her quietly and not cause her undue pain and scandal. We all know that God sent the angel to him in a dream to explain the situation and Joseph, trusting God as Mary did, believed and took her for his wife.

I would imagine they were both a little nervous about it all … wondering how this could be .. what would happen next … how would it all turn out?? I can only imagine the prayerful lives of faith that they led allowing them to trust to that extent and rely on God for the very next step all along the way. We all know the stories from our childhood, but have we ever stopped to really think what it all must have been like? Fleeing into Egypt .. fleeing from Herod … losing Jesus as a young Boy and finding Him in the Temple amidst the elders, questioning and being questioned. St. Joseph taught the God-Man his carpentry trade. He and Mary played with Him, watched Him grow, comforted Him when He fell and taught Him how to pray!

So little is written of St. Joseph in Scripture .. neither Joseph or Mary together, have very many words recorded. But are there any more significant people in Scripture than the Mother and Foster-Father of the Christ Child? They don’t say much, but they sure lead by example! St. Joseph was a faithful servant while on earth, chosen by the Holy Trinity to be a wonderful Foster-Father to Jesus and a faithful and protective virginal husband to Mary.
As the head of the Holy Family, he is also the Patron of the Catholic Church. He is also the Patron Saint of families and workers as well. We need to call on him for his protection, guidance and support in all things.

One of St. Joseph’s most famous titles is Patron of a Happy Death. Why? How could death not be happy if one was to die in the arms of Jesus and Mary? We must never forget his suffering either. He truly is our Friend in Sufferings with all the fear, anxiety and panic he must have gone through in his diligent care of his beloved Family! Let us always turn to our foster father St. Joseph, asking him to present our petitions to our dear Lord and our Blessed Mother with the same tenderness and concern in which he protected them while on earth. Let our prayer be always to strive to embrace the perfect Will of God in all things with a joyful and trusting heart as St. Joseph shows us by his shining example.
Jesus, Mary and Joseph .. please pray for us!

Please click HERE for more Saint Joseph from Mary at BattleBeadsBlog!


PLZ NOTE: Uh OH! Have to Reschedule the #ACBlogaversary Bash :(

19 March 2012

I know what you are thinking…that Sofia, there she goes again! Just like last year, she has to reschedule because she’s sick again! Well, this year it’s not just that.

"Benvenuti a tutti coloro che sono qui!"

      After taking some very good advice from one of my dear friends from The Twisters, (@OneSupremeGoddess) I kept a journal for the this year’s ACBlogaversary. Last year I was very sick right at the time the event was to take place so reviewing what worked and what didn’t was her advice.

I did keep a journal and the one thing I knew I was to do different was to keep it more personal and casual. In addition, I was to take care of myself so I could be part of it in the proper sense.

Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa…

There were many other little things which I took into consideration. The one thing I didn’t take into consideration was the date. I should have given much more thought to it and I dropped the ball.

Celebration during Lent?

Just a short note concerning some questions about celebrating during Lent. The Feast of Saint Joseph is celebrated as a feast during Lent and white vestments are worn. Growing up in an Italian family, Saint Josephs day was always celebrated with going to Mass and donating breads and baked goods to the altar constructed in St Joseph’s honor.
The items were given to the poor and cream-filled zeppoles were our reward for celebrating the spouse of Our Blessed Mother.The zeppoles were preceded by a big dinner and lots of singing and fun. The seriousness of Lent resumed the next day.
In that spirit I decided it was okay “celebrate’ our second Anniversary at AlwaysCatholic.com.

Well, unfortunately, my confessor contacted me and thought perhaps that we were getting so many people declining to come wasn’t charitable on my part. The Italian culture is the best I think, but not everyone is Italian. Many of us don’t celebrate anything during Lent and I wasn’t considerate of those who do not.

My confessor felt perhaps I needed to pray about it and the answer would come.

Today, I received my answer. Several people very instrumental to AlwaysCatholic’s success could not attend. some because of family committments, others because of Lenten mortifications. I could not even imagine the celebration without them so I chose to reschedule…

Interestingly enough, when I was contemplating the date, I was looking at the calendar and of the wonderful picture of our Holy Father above. As I perused the next several weeks, I saw the dates for Holy Week, then for the week after Easter, (a traditional time for families to go away on vacation) and then I looked back to the calendar.

April 16th was basically one month of Mondays from March 19th. More than enough time for everyone to check their schedules, for me to rest up, to extend the deadline for the Writing Contest and as it turned out, it is the 85th Birthday of the Pope.

That was it! Pope Benedict holding the Blessed Sacrament in the Monstrance has been our avatar and FB pic since the beginning of the blog. It absolutely makes perfect sense that the 16th should be the day!

So, in the spirit of charity, I have rescheduled the Second Annual ACBlogaversary Bash to April 16, 2012 at 6PM until 11:59 PM.

It is now the “Second Annual AlwaysCatholic.com Blogaversary Bash & 85th Birthday Party for the Holy Father”. Wow, that’s a mouthful but it will be a blast! Spring, hopefully will be in the air to stay and we all will reunite for a evening of fun, memories, sincere discussion and great music.

Remember, we also have announcement of Giveaway winners and Writing contest winners the next day on the 17th of April soooo..if you want to get a chance to win something special, show up on Twitter and at the blog, to comment on one of our posts that night and you will be entered automatically in our Random Drawing.

The ACBlogaversary Writing Contest deadline has been moved to Tax Day April 15th. We do however, encourage you to submit your entries as soon as possible for the judges to have ample time to read them and reflect.

I apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. I hope and pray that on the night of April 16th, I will be forgiven and a great time will be had by all.,,

God Love you,

Sofia

PS. I am however, experiencing some reoccurring issues with my health, so resting now to assure healing would really be wise. Thank you again for your understanding and your kindness.

COMPLETE UPDATED INFO

  • WHAT: Second Annual AlwaysCatholic.com Blogaversary Bash & 85th Birthday Party for the Holy Father
  • WHEN: Monday, April 16th starting at 6pm EST (5 CST and so on). It will continue LIVE & uninterrupted (hopefully) ending at 11:59 PM.
  • WHERE: Celebration will be live at ACBlog AlwaysCatholic.com and on Twitter (@AlwaysCatholic) & an autofeed of Tweets on FB AlwaysCatholic

Two years ago AlwaysCatholic.com debuted in the Catholic blogosphere. Two years later we are still going strong and hopefully getting better everyday; with the EXCEPTION of some low spots when my health decided to keep me from blogging. Gratefully, we have two interns (and more to come) who have taken up the slack and have kept AlwaysCatholic afloat. In addition, AlwaysCatholic on FB has singlehandedly been maintained by my sister Mary, @Ancientsoul and for this I cannot be grateful enough. We are grateful to all of our readers for making AlwaysCatholic special.

Our thank you again this year for being so loyal are terrific Giveaways! Yes, great prizes just for entering our random drawing by showing up and commenting on the blog and for new readers who register that night and comment!

A WHAT? A WRITING CONTEST!

(Prizes awarded here also!)
We are asking all those with the desire to write for a blog, trying to get up the nerve to actually start your own blog or even existing bloggers and writers to participate in a writing contest! Everyone is eligible except myself and of course, the staff at AlwaysCatholicBlog! (Contributing Writers are eligible!)

Our theme this year is a goodie…Tell AlwaysCatholic.com about your belief in Religious Liberty. No word limit or minimum, let the Holy Spirit move you. We will post the entries at 6PM on the night of the Blogaversary, the 16th of April. Prizes to be announced the next day (with a post on all the other prizes) will accompany the prize of having your story published exclusively on the Front page of Always Catholic.com!

Deadline is 6pm April 15th- so hurry!! Send your entry as either an email, or a link in an email. Please include your mailing address so we may get you your prize asap! You may attach a.txt file, or a Word file to an email and send to: AlwaysCatholicBlog@gmail.com Subject line: Religious Liberty. Here’s your chance to win a prize and be published…

( We ask bloggers to post to their site after midnight of the 17th of April)

HOW TO WIN THOSE GIVEAWAYS!

Please come and visit the Blogaversary Bash & Holy Father’s Birthday Party from 6PM EST 4/16 to 11:59 PM EST 4/16 at AlwaysCatholic.com. If you are not a registered user yet at AlwaysCatholic.com, please do so NOW (OR ON THAT NIGHT) and THEN starting at 6PM EST 4/16 , comment on any post published on THAT DAY (4/16) that interests you. Please include your email with the comment. If you are a registered user, you are good to go! Then come and join the party! You will also be entered in a Giveaways random drawing for some very cool Catholic stuff. Remember we will be LIVE on Twitter & commenting live on your comments on the blog ONLY during the Blogaversary. FB will be autofeed of Tweets only! [Doctors orders…I can be live 6 hours only! ;) ]

On April 17th, we will announce the winners at 6PM.Please allow 3 to 4 weeks for delivery of all prizes. Remember, we need your address if you win in an email to AlwaysCatholicBlog@gmail.com.

Two chances to win! One win if you enter the Writing Contest and another chance in the random drawing just for coming to the Blogaversary and commenting on a blogpost for that day. Remember, you MUST be a Registered User of AlwaysCatholic.com (Top right on Home Page has form to register as a user) to try for our great Giveaways! Can’t beat it with a stick! See you at AlwaysCatholic.com on April 16th at 6PM EST ’til just about Midnight. We will close the Bash at 11:59 with our nightly prayer!

Can’t forget to say we will be tweeting live #AlwaysCatholic, playing tunes and We would love to hear from you and tweet or post back in real-time!

God Love you,

Sofia & Company

Any questions, please send us an email: AlwaysCatholicBlog@gmail.com or leave us your question at Twitter (@AlwaysCatholic) & on FB AlwaysCatholic


Novena to Saint Joseph – our Patron at AlwaysCatholic.com – Day Seven

15 March 2012

On March 19th the Roman Catholic Church honors the spouse of the Virgin Mary and the Patron Saint of the Universal Church. On March 9, 2012 we started a Novena in Thanksgiving to Saint Joseph for the second Anniversary of Always Catholic Blog.The Novena will conclude on the 18th of March the day before our big celebration.
We ask you to join us in this Novena including your own private intentions when praying the Novena. We do ask, for you to remember us to Saint Joseph for our work here at AlwaysCatholicBlog.
Please join us on March 19th starting at 6pm EST through midnight for the celebration of our Second Anniversary. Check back everyday to pray the Novena and for our posts on the upcoming Blogaversary celebration! HINT! Prizes…Writing contest & lots of tunes and yuks on Twitter! (Italians have ALWAYS been allowed a party on Saint Joseph’s Day during Lent…)

Sancta Ioseph, Ora pro nobis!

Loving Saint Joseph, faithful follower of Jesus Christ, I raise my heart to you to implore your powerful intercession in obtaining from the Heart of Jesus all the graces necesary for my spiritual and temporal welfare, particularly the grace of a happy death, and the special grace I now implore: (mention your request here).

Guardian of the Word Incarnate, I am confident that your prayers on my behalf will be graciously heard before the throne of God.

Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Virgin Mother, pray for us.

Thank you to Catholic Life Blog


Second Annual AlwaysCatholic.com Blogaversary Bash- UPDATE

12 March 2012

RESCHEDULED please check this link… 

Uh OH! Have to Reschedule the #ACBlogaversary Bash :(

 

"Benvenuti a tutti coloro che sono qui!"

  • WHAT: Second Annual AlwaysCatholic.com Blogaversary Bash
  • WHEN: Monday, March 19th starting at 6pm EST (5 CST and so on). It will continue  LIVE & uninterrupted (hopefully) ending at 11:59 PM.
  • WHERE: Celebration will be live at ACBlog AlwaysCatholic.com and on Twitter (@AlwaysCatholic) & an autofeed of Tweets on FB  AlwaysCatholic

 

Two years ago AlwaysCatholic.com debuted in the Catholic blogosphere. Two years later we are still going strong and hopefully getting better everyday; with the EXCEPTION of some low spots when my health decided to keep me from blogging. Gratefully, we have two interns (and more to come) who have taken up the slack and have kept AlwaysCatholic afloat. In addition, AlwaysCatholic on FB has singlehandedly been maintained by my sister Mary, @Ancientsoul and for this I cannot be grateful enough. We are grateful to all of our readers for making AlwaysCatholic special.

Our thank you again this year for being so loyal are terrific Giveaways! Yes, great prizes just for entering our random drawing by showing up and commenting on the blog and for new readers who register that night and comment!

 

A WHAT? A WRITING CONTEST!

(Prizes awarded here also!)
We are asking all those with the desire to write for a blog, trying to get up the nerve to actually start your own blog or even existing bloggers and writers to participate in a writing contest! Everyone is eligible except myself and of course, the staff at AlwaysCatholicBlog! (Contributing Writers are eligible!)

Our theme this year is a goodie…Tell AlwaysCatholic.com about your belief in Religious Liberty. No word limit or minimum, let the Holy Spirit move you. We will post the entries at 6PM on the night of the Blogaversary, the 19th of March. Prizes to be announced tomorrow (with a post on all the other prizes) will accompany the prize of having your story published exclusively on the Front page of Always Catholic.com!

Deadline is 6pm March 18th– so hurry!! Send your entry as either an email, or a link in an email. Please include your mailing address so we may get you your prize asap! You may attach a.txt file, or a Word file to an email and send to:  AlwaysCatholicBlog@gmail.com Subject line: Religious Liberty. Here’s your chance to win a prize and be published…

( We ask bloggers to post to their site after midnight of the 2oth of March)

 

HOW TO WIN THOSE GIVEAWAYS!

Please come and visit the Blogaversary Bash from 6PM EST 3/19 to 11:59 PM EST 3/19 at AlwaysCatholic.com. If you are not a registered user yet at AlwaysCatholic.com, please do so NOW (OR ON THAT NIGHT) and THEN starting at 6PM EST 3/19 , comment on any post published on THAT DAY (3/19) that interests you. Please  include your email with the comment. If you are a registered user, you are good to go! Then come and join the party!  You will also be entered in a Giveaways random drawing for some very cool Catholic stuff. Remember we will be LIVE on Twitter & commenting live on your comments on the blog ONLY during the Blogaversary. FB will be autofeed of Tweets only! [Doctors orders…I can be live 6 hours only! ;) ]

On March 20th, we will announce the winners at 6PM.Please allow 3 to 4 weeks for delivery of all prizes. Remember we need your address if you win in an email to AlwaysCatholicBlog@gmail.com.

Two chances to win! One win if you enter the Writing Contest and another chance in the random drawing just for coming to the Blogaversary and commenting on a blogpost for that day. Remember, you MUST be a Registered User of AlwaysCatholic.com (Top right on Home Page has form to register as a user)  to try for our great Giveaways! Can’t beat it with a stick! See you at AlwaysCatholic.com on March 19th at 6PM EST ’til just about Midnight. We will close the Bash at 11:59 with our nightly prayer!

Can’t forget to say we will be tweeting live #AlwaysCatholic, playing tunes and  We would love to hear from you and tweet or post back in real-time!

 

God Love you,

 

Sofia & Company

 

Any questions, please send us an email: AlwaysCatholicBlog@gmail.com or leave us your question at Twitter (@AlwaysCatholic) & on FB AlwaysCatholic


Novena to Saint Joseph – our Patron at AlwaysCatholic.com – Day Two

10 March 2012

On March 19th the Roman Catholic church honors the spouse of the Virgin Mary and the Patron Saint of the Universal Church. On March 9, 2012 we started a Novena in Thanksgiving to Saint Joseph for the second Anniversary of Always Catholic Blog.The Novena will conclude on the 18th of March the day before our big celebration.

We ask you to join us in this Novena including your own private intentions when praying the Novena. We do ask, for you to remember us to Saint Joseph for our work here at AlwaysCatholicBlog.

Please join us on March 19th starting at 6pm EST through midnight for the celebration of our Second Anniversary. Check back everyday to pray the Novena and for our posts on the upcoming Blogaversary celebration! HINT! Prizes…Writing contest & lots of tunes and yuks on Twitter! (Italians have ALWAYS been allowed a party on Saint Joseph’s Day during Lent…)

Sancta Ioseph, Ora pro nobis!

Loving Saint Joseph, faithful follower of Jesus Christ, I raise my heart to you to implore your powerful intercession in obtaining from the Heart of Jesus all the graces necesary for my spiritual and temporal welfare, particularly the grace of a happy death, and the special grace I now implore: (mention your request here).

Guardian of the Word Incarnate, I am confident that your prayers on my behalf will be graciously heard before the throne of God.

Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Virgin Mother, pray for us.

Thank you to Catholic Life Blog


Novena to Saint Joseph – our Patron at AlwaysCatholic.com – Day One

9 March 2012

On March 19th the Roman Catholic church honors the spouse of the Virgin Mary and the Patron Saint of the Universal Church. Starting today, March 9, 2012 we are beginning a Novena in Thanksgiving to Saint Joseph for the second Anniversary of Always Catholic Blog.The Novena will conclude on the 18th of March the day before our big celebration.

We ask you to join us in this Novena including your own private intentions when praying the Novena. We do ask, for you to remember us to Saint Joseph for our work here at AlwaysCatholicBlog.

Please join us on March 19th starting at 6pm EST through midnight for the celebration of our Second Anniversary. Check back everyday to pray the Novena and for our posts on the upcoming Blogaversary celebration! HINT! Prizes…Writing contest & lots of tunes and yuks on Twitter! (Italians have ALWAYS been allowed a party on Saint Joseph’s Day during Lent…)

Sancta Ioseph, Ora pro nobis!

Loving Saint Joseph, faithful follower of Jesus Christ, I raise my heart to you to implore your powerful intercession in obtaining from the Heart of Jesus all the graces necessary for my spiritual and temporal welfare, particularly the grace of a happy death, and the special grace I now implore: (mention your request here).

Guardian of the Word Incarnate, I am confident that your prayers on my behalf will be graciously heard before the throne of God.

Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Virgin Mother, pray for us.

Thank you to Catholic Life Blog


An update on Sofia & the rest of the party posts via Jenny

31 March 2011

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Dear Readers,

As some of you know, that our dear Sofia had to take a little time off after the ACBlogaversary. It was a resounding success except that Sofia, overdid it. Sofia gives a hundred percent and then some. The “then some” is what caught up with her.

It was originally thought that Sofia only needed a day or so, but since last night it looked as it maybe a little more rest would be needed. Well, the doctor has come by again and officially put Sofia on bedrest until Friday! She will be okay but she truly needs this time to get better so this doesn’t happen again.

Now there are several posts yet to be published that were supposed to have been published during the party but Sofia was so busy getting the site back up for the party all the posts didn’t quite make it.

So, we have yet to publish Sofia’s Story, (something I have read and is very beautiful and will make all of ACBlog readers understand why Divine Providence is so important in her life) the post with all the entrants in our writing contest, the very cool piece on Catholic Hip-Hop, the first in a series on Catholic Travel (this one is filled with gorgeous images!) the Top Roman Catholics on Twitter page (#tRCot), the Winners post featuring the winners of the Writing Contest & the winners of the random drawings from the partyand the update of the Two Blessed To Be Stressed pages. So starting Thursday I will help to get out the posts and everyday through the weekend we will post one or two posts finishing on the fourth of April with the winners page as promised.

We will be back on track by Monday and then, God-willing it’s back to regular posts and lots of great pieces by a number of Contributing Bloggers every week.

Let say a prayer for Sofia that she heals quickly and is back with us so we can have an exciting weekend with all the new posts and the winners of ACBlogaversary contests!

Thank you for your prayers and your patience!

God Bless you,

Jenny
Intern for AlwaysCatholic.com

A very quick mille grazie from Sofia (for now!)

29 March 2011

Sometimes in your life things work out best when your plan goes awry.

When I decided a relatively short time ago that I wanted to celebrate one year blogging, I never realized just how kind and supportive the people I have met through this venture truly are. The #ACBlogaversary (twitter hashtag ingeniously created by one of the #Twisters, @1SupremeGoddess) became an instant hit this weekend. It provided all with a window into what we were doing (great party conversation, posts, writing contest, handpicked music & music vids etc). Quite a few people who stumbled across it came and joined the fun. It truly surprised me that this “celebration” was one of the most fulfilling and joyous occasions I have ever had the priviledge to experience.

I want to just take a quick minute to thank all involved in anyway and to ask your patience once again so that I may publish a proper perspective tomorrow. I am publishing tomorrow, my story. “Divine Providence and Sofia: A love story with God”. It will explain how AlwaysCatholic came to be but more importantly I will be able to properly thank and acknowledge all from Day One who helped this special place called AlwaysCatholic.com came to be.

Tonite, I would like to apologize that my plans did have to shift abit as I overdid it and was ordered to rest mid-celebration by my doctor. I did not get to put out everything I wanted to within the 24 hours of celebration but instead I must publish the rest during this week with help from my loyal intern, Jenny. Im only allowed a brief minute on the computer this week, but the doctor didnt say that Jenny couldn’t and that I couldn’t dictate! Hah!

So for tonight, I must keep it short as I am exhausted and need to rest. (the nurse on tonight is rough and I’m not about to get her riled up! LOL!) But I would like to once again thank all who made this celebration so special and to publish a couple of blogposts by very special bloggers who took the time to acknowledge AlwaysCatholic.com

 

From our dear friend and colleague at Nunspeak, Sister Lisa Doty:

 

Happy #ACBlogaversary

26 Mar 2011 Leave a Comment

by Sr_Lisa in Uncategorized

To my friends over at Always Catholic. Blessed congratulations as you celebrate your one year anniversary of spreading the message of Christ on the internet. The blog always has some good Catholic content. If you have not yet checked out Always Catholic for yourself, I encourage you to click on over. They have some events taking place today and tomorrow, so, click the AC icon, and join the celebration!

http://www.alwayscatholic.com

Twitter: @alwayscatholic

 

and from our new friend and colleague Thomas Pringle at Catholica Omnia:

 

Happy Blogaversary to Always Catholic

March 26th, 2011 Tom Pringle

I wanted to take some time today to congratulate our friends over at Always Catholic, who are celebrating their one year anniversary of spreading the message of Christ on the internet. The blog has become one of my favorites in recent weeks. If you have not yet checked out Always Catholic for yourself, I encourage you to journey on over to their space on the digital continent. Check out all of the events taking place today and tomorrow.

http://www.alwayscatholic.com

Twitter: @alwayscatholic

 

 

Thank you to both of you, I am truly honored!

God Love you,
Sofia

 


ACBlogaversary Giveaways! Prizes! Cool Catholic Stuff! Thank u to AlwaysCatholic.com readers for your loyalty!

27 March 2011

Here are the Giveaways for the First Annual AlwaysCatholic.com Blogaversary Bash! Some really beautiful things and some really kewl thing…all Catholic, all the time!

 

The First three prizes are for the Writing Contest! Then, the prizes below those on the page will be picked randomly because the drawing of the Giveaways is random! You have to be patient though…the party continues through 11PM tonight so we are still getting comments and entries!! The winners will be announced on April 4th the Feast of Saint Isadore of Seville, the Patron Saint of the Internet…now that’s kewl–a Patron Saint of the Internet!

Here we go!!

First Prize for ACBlogaversary Writing Contest

Second Prize for ACBlogaversary Writing Contest

Third Prize for the ACBlogaversary Writing Contest

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Random Prizes for our Random Drawing…Maybe you will be “Randomly Lucky!!”

Very kewl Womens Twisters TShirt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and alot more goodies that will be in the Winners Post on April 4th!

See ya!


And the party continues…

27 March 2011

 

The First Annual AlwaysCatholic.com Blogaversary Bash continues on Sunday, March 27th from 3pm to 11pm EST.



Sofia had this fond wish of having a LIVE 24 hour Event to thank all those so kind to her and so supportive of Always Catholic.com. Well,she almost pulled it off, but Sofia overdid it a little. She was sent off to bed a little while ago by her Dr after she started to show signs of the recent long days negatively affecting her health. She is getting better and better everyday, and so Sofia thought that her idea would work.

Well, in a way it did…the official party has to finish up tomorrow after Sofia rests up on Drs orders. As we speak, partygoers keep Retweeting out AlwaysCatholic links, music vids marked #ACblogaversary and are posting tremendous tribute posts on their blogs for Sofia as she sleeps! Now those are good friends…

Know this, the reason that they are doing this is because they know if they need prayers for their special intentions, Sofia has their back. They know if a word of support is needed, Sofia will be there with words of comfort. They know that the best way to get Sofia better and back to finish up the party tomorrow would be to keep it going these last few hours.

Well, when she reads this tomorrow, she will be thrilled…but then, thats Sofia…as long as her friends are enjoying themselves. she’s happy!

See you Sunday, March 27th at 3pm when the fun continues WITH Sofia!

God Bless you,

Jenny

Intern at AlwaysCatholic.com



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