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2011 About Catholicism Readers' Choice Awards Finalists


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Best Catholic Blog - 2011 About 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!

Best Catholic Blog Finalists:

  • American Papist (http://www.catholicvote.org/author/thomas-peters/)

    American Papist, by Thomas Peters, is hosted at CatholicVote.org. Peters, the son of a canon lawyer, focuses largely on the intersection between Catholicism and politics, and the American Papist is always a good place to turn to for breaking news.
    (visit blog)

  • Catholic Icing (http://catholicicing.blogspot.com/)

    Catholic Icing, by Lacy, a 25-year-old wife and mother of three, is "a place to find Catholic Arts and Crafts, Cute Food Ideas, Feast Day Celebration ideas, and much, much more! Once you have a solid foundation for your Catholic Cake, why not add some icing?"
    (visit blog)

  • The Faith Explained With Cale Clarke (http://www.thefaithexplained.com/)

    Cale Clarke reverted to Catholicism in 2004, "after spending ten years in Evangelical Protestantism, with much of that time spent in pastoral ministry." Director of The Faith Explained Seminars and creator of The New Mass iPhone app, Cale explains the Catholic Faith in everyday language.
    (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)

  • Whispers in the Loggia (http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/)

    "One of global Catholicism's most prominent chroniclers, Rocco Palmo has held court as the 'Church Whisperer' since 2004," and his Whispers in the Loggia has developed a reputation for having the inside scoop on Vatican politics.
    (visit blog)

Click here to find the winner of the Best Catholic Blog!

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

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