Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Who is Missing

If you look on the right hand column of this blog, you will find our blogroll.
I have a simple question - what great Catholic blogs are missing?

There are a few criteria for our blogroll.

1 - Has to be a decently trafficked site. Not necessarily huge, but not puny either.
2 - Has to have some history. There are tons of blogs that start strong and flame-out quickly.
3 - Can't be too controversial, offensive, or political.
4 - Shouldn't be out to tear down others.

So, who should join the angel band on our blogroll?

9 comments:

Brandon Vogt said...

Would it be too presumptuous to suggest my own blog?

The Thin Veil (www.thinveil.net)

I'm a 23-year Catholic convert who has been writing for a few years, mostly on Catholicism, with plenty of book reviews and articles alike.

Marcel said...

Not at all. Thanks for the suggestion. I will be adding new blogs next week.

Devin Rose said...

I recommend adding calledtocommunion.com--these guys are awesome; all Catholic converts publishing blog posts and articles to systematically build the case for the Catholic Faith.

I toot my own horn enough but if you guys also want to toot it too then I would humbly submit mine for consideration as well. http://devinrose.heroicvirtuecreations.com/blog

George @ Convert Journal said...

I recommend Jennifer Fulwiler's blog Conversion Diary. She is a convert with over 3,700 blog followers, including me (I have my own blog - Convert Journal - but it is relatively new).

djalk said...

http://patrickmadrid.blogspot.com/

Patrick Madrid. I didn't see him on your list. I am sure you are familiar with him. I like him a lot and I really like how nice he is on the radio with callers that get a little heated.

JC said...

How about Adoro Te Devote?
http://adorotedevote.blogspot.com/

Marcel said...

Keep the suggestions coming. I may not be able to moderate comments for a few days, so don't think you are getting a reject notice if it doesn't post right away.

Sister Lynn said...

Conversion Diary

Deacon Mike said...

Take a look at my blog and ley me know what you think. Written from the perspective of a Catholic Permanent Deacon ordained less than a year and a half:

http://abitadeacon.blogspot.com