Story about it here.


“These blogs were not narrowly political, angry or philistine,” he said in an email interview. “They were well-written, by people who seemed to be alive in their faith, in their families, in their priestly and religious vocations.”

Narrow. Check.

Political. Check.

Angry. Checkerona.

Philistine.  Checkmate.

This explains why I didn’t make the cut. :)

6 Responses to “Society of Canadian Catholic Bloggers”
  1. colin kerr says:

    You didn’t make the cut because my knowledge of computers is philistine. I tried to add you last night. Give me time and say a prayer for me!

  2. Paycheck says:

    Just joshin’ you!

    Many thanks for setting up that blog. Never knew there were so many.

    I was hoping to have a Canadian Catholic blogging summit some day.

    • Tout says:

      I am poor on a computer (am 91). Wonder what blog means, but probably to difficult for me. But I do evangelize outside, praying at a Mary-statue downtown, and hang sign “Whether glad,sad or wary, stop a while, say a Hail Mary”. Startec yearly procession in May. Always receive H.Host on tongue, never in hand. I hope others will start acting openly. Show religion to the people.

  3. SUZANNE says:

    By those criteria, I don’t understand why I made the cut, either.

  4. colin kerr says:

    i guess i just love too much! ;-)

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