Sunday, May 03, 2009

Best Catholic Blog That Needs To Be Updated More Often...

View the nominations and scroll down to the poll to vote.

Orthometer
Catholic Cartoon Blog
Paronomasiac
Catholic Rage Monkey
Agnus Daily
Dominican Liturgy
Mass of the Ages
Ecce Ego, Quia Vocasti Me
St. MOnica's Kneelers
If Flannery O'Connor Had a Blog
Scrutinies
White Lilly Blog
GOP Catholics
Epiphany
Singing in the Reign
Tom in Vegas
Pelegrinaggio

Best Blog...Updated More Often
Orthometer
Catholic Cartoon Blog
Paronomasiac
Catholic Rage Monkey
Agnus Daily
Domincan Liturgy
Mass of the Ages
Ecce Ego, Quia Vocasti Me
St. Monica's Kneelers
If Flannery O'Connor Had a Blog
Scrutinies
White Lilly Blog
GOP Catholics
Epiphany
Singing in the Reign
Tom in Vegas
Pelegrinaggio
  
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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

What about "In light of the Law"?

Terry Nelson said...

I wish Fr. Z could have been nominated for this one, although I understand posting stuff takes a lot of time and there is only so many hours in the day...

Anonymous said...

"An Exciting and Contemporary Interpretation of Symbolism in
Christianity.The Secret Behind the Cross and the Crucifix by Nwaocha
Ogechukwu is a fascinating and historical narration about the use of
symbolism in organized religion.

What do you think of when you look at the cross and the crucifix? Do they
hold sacred and religious value for you?

After reading Ogechukwu's book, your perception may change about how the
church's use of these symbols has been used for centuries to conceal facts
about their true origins. Ogechukwu reveals those findings in this stunning
expose
This easy to read, enlightening and academically sound book regarding the
symbolism and meaning of the cross in relation to religion leads to a
stunning conclusion. Learn more about the real nature of Christ's death
and religion's role in the symbolism at
www.eloquentbooks.com/TheSecretBehindTheCrossandCrucifix.html

Dorian Speed said...

Oh, goodness! Thanks to whomever nominated me. Suddenly I feel re-energized, blog-wise.