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Top Ten Catholic blogs on Blogs.com: Check ‘em out!

posted by David Gibson

So we move from the Top Ten Religion blogs compiled for the mega-aggregator, Blogs.com, to the Top Ten specifically Catholic blogs
I excluded Pontifications, which I thought a supreme act of humility. But I am willing to be contradicted. Also, suggestions for additions/substitutions from this list?
Top 10 Catholic Blogs
dotCommonweal
Catholic News Service
America magazine
John Allen at NCR
Sandro Magister’s Chiesa
Whispers in the Loggia

Vox Nova
Mirror of Justice
Amy Welborn
The Deacon’s Bench



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Meredith Gould

posted November 15, 2008 at 5:12 am


Of course “Pontifications” belongs on this list. I’d add A Concord Pastor, as well.



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Sandy

posted November 15, 2008 at 7:46 pm


David, you are offically on record for Pontifications being the best blog! I don’t have to be modest, :-). Your Blog is the FIRST one I read, keep up the excellent work!



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posted November 15, 2008 at 10:20 pm


The best and most prophetic writings can be found on Mark Mallett’s blog. He is indeed a prophet for our times. Be sure to check out the archives listed in the column of the left of his current page. If you want to see where this nations moral decay has led us, please read “writings on the wall” and the follow up “line in the sand”. He has truely been inspired by the Holy Spirit and I find insight into the times we are living through.



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Wilgman345

posted November 16, 2008 at 6:46 am


Being a Catholic transcends National barriers.



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John Ivan

posted January 31, 2009 at 11:40 pm


I was interested in your feedback as to what you think of this new book that came out called “Betrayal” by author C.D. Nolan…..a friend was reading it. I checked out the site at http://www.cdnolan.com



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John Ivan

posted January 31, 2009 at 11:42 pm


sorry, I’m getting old…I forgot the numbers in my email address.
I was interested in you feedback as to what you think of this new book that came out called “Betrayal” by an author named C.D. Nolan….I found some information at a site http://www.cdnolan.com



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Patricia Stockdale

posted April 4, 2009 at 9:06 am


Follow the “Magnificat” throughout Holy Week!



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Caroline Cheshire

posted July 19, 2009 at 12:05 am


Check out http://www.mobiusbracelets.com. They now sell a lovely Pater Noster Mobius bracelet. The Lord’s Prayer in Latin, as published in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Second Edition 1997. The opening line is decorated with the cross crosslet, composed of four Latin crosses pointing in the four cardinal directions. It makes a wonderful gift!



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Mark

posted September 12, 2009 at 4:27 pm


Hey, you can also check out my new blog. I just posted a few writings I did awhile back. Stay tuned for more!
http://www.TennesseeCatholic.blogspot.com



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Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins

posted May 21, 2011 at 8:36 pm


I encourage you to check out our site. Daliy Mass Reading discernments and Scriptual poetry written daily by 6 AM.

God Bless,
Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins



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