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Best Catholic Blog - 2012 About.com Catholicism Readers' Choice Awards Finalists
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Catholic blogs come in all shapes and sizes—some written by laymen, some by priests, others by religious; some are attached to broader Catholic websites (see the next category), and some stand on their own. These five finalists were chosen by the readers of the About.com Catholicism GuideSite as the Best Catholic Blog. Read a brief description of each of the finalists for Best Catholic Blog, then scroll down to vote for your favorite!

Best Catholic Blog Finalists:

  • Catholic and Enjoying It! (http://www.patheos.com/blogs/markshea/)

    Catholic author and apologist Mark Shea declares that the purpose of his Catholic and Enjoying It! is "So That No Thought of Mine, No Matter How Stupid, Should Ever Go Unpublished Again!" But regular readers of Shea's work would object to such a description of his incisive commentary, humor, and scholarship. A convert, Shea embraces the Catholic Faith in its fullness.
    (visit blog)

  • Catholic Fire (http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/)

    A Catholic wife and mother, retired psychologist and educator, a graduate student in theology, and an oblate with the Community of St. John—Jean Heimann has done it all, and her broad experience is reflected in her prolific blogging at Catholic Fire. The best way to get a sense of this blog is to dive right in.
    (visit blog)

  • Conversion Diary (http://www.conversiondiary.com/)

    Jennifer Fulwiler's Conversion Diary began in 2005 as The Reluctant Atheist. A convert to Christianity after a lifetime of atheism, Jennifer entered the Catholic Church in 2007 and writes "about what it’s like to be part of an orthodox faith after a life of atheism." Jennifer has emerged as one of the brightest young defenders of the Faith, in particular against the New Atheists.
    (visit blog)

  • Roman Catholic Spiritual Direction (http://rcspiritualdirection.com/blog/)

    Founded by Dan Burke, Roman Catholic Spiritual Direction features the writing of Fr. John Bartunek and other priests, spiritual directors, and authors. While declaring itself not a substitute for personal spiritual direction, the blog is designed "to serve you in your journey to and with God. . . . Our desire is bring greater light to His path and to serve you in your search for greater depth in Him."
    (visit blog)

  • Fr. Z's Blog - What Does the Prayer Really Say? (http://wdtprs.com/blog/)

    Featuring "Slavishly accurate liturgical translations & frank commentary on Catholic issues – by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf o{]:¬)", a regular columnist for The Wanderer, What Does the Prayer Really Say? is the first place to turn for those who want answers concerning the celebration of the Mass, in both its Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms.
    (visit blog)

Click here to cast your vote for the Best Catholic Blog!

Hey, this is pretty easy! Let's give the next one a try: Best Catholic Website.

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