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CologneBloggers?

posted by awelborn

If you are, or know anyone who will be liveblogging from WYD, please let me know – I’d like to give them some PR, and put up a temporary set of links here on this spot.



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Crocodylus Pontifex

posted August 8, 2005 at 11:13 pm


I don’t know, but Vatican Radio will probably be doing a fair amount of live broadcasting (and webcasting) –
http://www.105live.vaticanradio.org/



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Crocodylus Pontifex

posted August 8, 2005 at 11:22 pm


This looks cool — a webcam and other stuff on the official WYD website –
http://www.wjt2005.de/index.php?id=6



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Fr. Tom Dowd

posted August 9, 2005 at 12:36 am


Hi Amy,
I’ll be blogging from Cologne. I’ve actually written a script so that I can blog from my cell phone over GPRS, so no matter where I am (in the middle of a field on the night of the vigil, for example) as long as I have signal I’ll be able to blog. No pictures, though.



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Jack Dwyer

posted August 9, 2005 at 12:42 am


Yeah…
If I knew aomeone young enough (which I do) who is also:
# Christian
# Catholic
# Going to the W.Y.D.
(all of which I don’t…),
I’d do so…
Any young persons out there looking for an ageing and very ugly mentor who really can’t teach you much except how to really fail at life, then sign in!!!



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Livi

posted August 9, 2005 at 4:31 am


I’ll be blogging as part of Bonifatius, a group of people travelling from the Diocese of Groningen in the Netherlands. On Thursday morning we travel to Dokkum (place of martyrdom of St. Boniface) and then on to Cologne on Monday afternoon.
Bonifatius’ WJDblog is to be found here. There are three (I think) people who have blogging rights, including me, and thus at least some of the entries will be in English :)



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Ray in MN

posted August 9, 2005 at 4:55 am


+Veritatis Splendor+ from St. Paul is going to Rome to study for a year.
She will start it out with her new blog, “The Roamin’ Roman” and will be attending WYD. She is not sure what kind of internet access she will have, but she will be attempting to post photos and updates from Koeln (Cologne).
http://roamingroman.blogspot.com/



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Tim Drake

posted August 9, 2005 at 5:16 am


Amy,
I’ll be covering WYD for the National Catholic Register, and blogging as I’m able at http://www.youngandcatholic.com.



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Clayton

posted August 9, 2005 at 7:35 am


Amy,
I’ll be assisting with a World Youth Day podcast / audio blog.
Fr. Willy Raymond, CSC, of Family Theater Productions in Hollywood will be travelling to Cologne with Jim Caviezel. They’re taking along an iPod and will record their adventures.
When I have details about where the blog and podcasts will be located, I will let you know…



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chris K

posted August 9, 2005 at 8:25 am


Drew Mariani will be broadcasting for Relevant Radio:
http://www.relevantradio.com/docs/index.asp?documentid=966
The Drew Mariani Show at World Youth Day
August 15 – 21
Cologne, Germany
“We have come to worship Him”
Tune in as Drew and his team bring you live reports and features from World Youth Day – a pilgrimage of young people and a festival of encounter and solidarity.



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Sr. Lorraine

posted August 9, 2005 at 10:30 am


Our sisters are setting up a website:
http://www.gmg2005.it
The only drawback is that it’s in Italian, but it looks like they’ll have some live video links on it.



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KH

posted August 9, 2005 at 12:00 pm


For one of the youngest perspectives, my 14 yr. old son is going (with Dad) with the Fransiscan Friars of the Renewal. He will be putting up audio posts from his phone onto his kid-blog. If the phone works. If he remembers.
I’ll let you know.



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Brandon

posted August 9, 2005 at 1:19 pm


I will be covering World Youth Day for The Criterion, the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Our WYD blog can be found by going to our website at:
http://www.CriterionOnline.com.
I’ll be posting information along with as many pictures as I can.



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Fr. Brian Stanley

posted August 9, 2005 at 3:21 pm


I’ll be taking a group of ten from Our Lady of Fatima parish in Union City, 38 total from our diocese of Kalamazoo. I’ll drop ya some e-mail when I get there — if Cologne is anything like Krakow, there will be “e-cafes” every other block.



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jupp

posted August 19, 2005 at 2:14 am


Hi WorldYouthDayer!
tomorrow evening (Sat, 19th August) there will be a wonderful canrnival celebration in a Pub in Cologne.
All participants (hope not everybody will come ;-))of the World Youth Day are kindly invetited to expierience Cologne at it’s best side and celebrate Carnival.
Adress:
Effi
Nußbaumerstr. 86
50825 Köln
Hallo Weltjugendtagler!
Morgen Nacht (Samstag 19.August) steigt in der Gaststätte Effi in Köln Ehrenfeld das große Bergfest.
Genau in der Mitte zwischen der Sessionen feieren wir “Karneval in Köln”
Wer Lust hat Köln von seiner herzlichsten und fröhlichsten Seite zu erleben ist herzlichst eingeladen…
Effi
Nußbaumerstr. 86
50825 Köln
Alaaf zusamme



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jupp

posted August 19, 2005 at 2:15 am


Hi WorldYouthDayer!
tomorrow evening (Sat, 19th August) there will be a wonderful canrnival celebration in a Pub in Cologne.
All participants (hope not everybody will come ;-))of the World Youth Day are kindly invetited to expierience Cologne at it’s best side and celebrate Carnival.
Adress:
Effi
Nußbaumerstr. 86
50825 Köln
Hallo Weltjugendtagler!
Morgen Nacht (Samstag 19.August) steigt in der Gaststätte Effi in Köln Ehrenfeld das große Bergfest.
Genau in der Mitte zwischen der Sessionen feieren wir “Karneval in Köln”
Wer Lust hat Köln von seiner herzlichsten und fröhlichsten Seite zu erleben ist herzlichst eingeladen…
Effi
Nußbaumerstr. 86
50825 Köln
Alaaf zusamme



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