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Saturday, April 21, 2007

New to My World

Blogs and websites of note from the past few weeks:
  • Julie D's Happy Catholic Blog is an award-winning blog with an awesome tag line: "Not always happy, but always happy to be Catholic."
  • Robert Fielding has a great blog called Imaginary Conversations where he engages writers and thinkers from the past in a fictional dialogue with himself to explore their ideas.
  • Here's a useful site for Catholic book-lovers: the Pope St. Nicholas V Yahoo! Group. Their mission: "to help Catholics make purchasing suggestions to their public libraries." What a great idea!
  • Jean's Catholic Fire blog has been nominated for Best Religion Blog, and with good reason.
  • The Sci Fi Catholic: "Science Fiction News, Book and Movie Reviews, Religions Topics, All from a Catholic Perspective"

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posted by Nick Senger at 5:40 AM

Comments on "New to My World"

 

Blogger Julie D. said ... (Monday, April 23, 2007 11:27:00 AM) : 

Thanks for the link and the kind remarks. :-)

 

Blogger Maureen Wittmann said ... (Thursday, April 26, 2007 5:42:00 AM) : 

I enjoy your blog and wanted to stop back by and say thanks for linking to Pope St. Nick 5. We've gotten a few new members recently probably because of your post. The more the merrier -- it's a revolution :-). So, thanks!

 

Blogger Nick Senger said ... (Friday, April 27, 2007 10:44:00 PM) : 

julie: You're welcome!

maureen: I'm glad I could help, and thanks for letting me know.

 

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