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2011 About Catholicism Readers' Choice Awards Finalists


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Best Catholic on Twitter - 2011 Catholicism Readers' Choice Awards Finalists
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There are a lot of Catholics on Twitter—too many, in fact, to know which ones are really worth following. So let the readers of the About.com Catholicism GuideSite do your legwork for you. In their considered opinion, these are the five Best Catholics to Follow on Twitter. Check out the Twitter bios of each of the nominees for Best Catholic to Follow on Twitter—and don't forget to follow them all!

Best Catholic to Follow on Twitter Finalists:

  • Cale Clarke (@CaleClarke)

    "Cale Clarke is a Catholic writer and speaker. He is the creator of The New Mass app for the new English Mass translation in 2011."
    (view on Twitter)

  • Danielle Bean (@DanielleBean)

    "Catholic wife, mother, writer, editor, homeschooler, blogger, chef, laundry maid, chauffeur, and stepper-on-er of Legos."
    (view on Twitter)

  • Fr. James Martin, S.J. (@JamesMartinSJ)

    "Fr. James Martin, S.J., is a Jesuit priest, culture editor of America and author of The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything and My Life with the Saints."
    (view on Twitter)

  • Lino Rulli (@linorulli)

    "I am a man with a large nose."
    (view on Twitter)

  • Thomas Peters (@americanpapist)

    "Latest & greatest Catholic news + humor + activism. If you follow the pope, you should follow me."
    (view on Twitter)

Click here to find the winner of the Best Catholic to Follow on Twitter!

You've run the race; you've fought the good fight. Now it's time to take your stand on the final category: Best Catholic Facebook Page.

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