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Scott P. Richert

Share Your Catholic Blog!

By January 23, 2013

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When I first decided to sponsor the About Catholicism Readers' Choice Awards, I began thinking about how readers would discover Catholic blogs to nominate for Best Catholic Blog. I link out to other blogs fairly frequently, and I have a small (and much neglected) blogroll, but there are hundreds, if not thousands, of worthwhile Catholic blogs on the web.

To make it easier for the readers of the About.com Catholicism GuideSite to discover Catholic blogs to read, I've created a form that blog authors can use to share their Catholic blogs. If you have a Catholic blog, please take a few minutes to fill out the form, and your blog will be listed in our blogroll, where (hint, hint) it might come to the attention of readers making nominations for the About Catholicism Readers' Choice Awards.

If you don't have a Catholic blog, encourage the authors of the Catholic blogs that you read to submit their blogs. And be sure to check back often to find the newest listings--your new favorite Catholic blog may be the one you discover tomorrow!

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October 27, 2012 at 10:13 am
(1) MIKE says:

Please consider the new site:
” What Catholics REALLY Believe SOURCE”
or http://whatcatholicsreallybelieve.com
Info on the “Catechism of the Catholic Church, Second Edition”, ‘Year of Faith’, quotes from Popes John Paul II and Benedict, etc.
Site also provides links for verification that can be used by all those using the media and posting on web sites to insure accuracy of Church teaching.

July 2, 2013 at 8:04 pm
(2) Kim says:

This is a new Catholic blog written by a student at a Catholic University. Its focus is connected to St. Ignatius of Loyola’s Principle and Foundation in that all created things are for man that they may “help him in attaining the end for which he is created.” She uses our love of animals to point us in that direction.
It is a unique perspective meant to help us to put creation/things in right order.

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