BECAUSE YOU ASKED: The List of Catholic Bloggers Invited to Rome

A couple of friends have asked me who is invited to the Vatican to attend the big Blogfest on May 2. Here they are! Because bloggers are invited from around the world, not all of these links will be in English. You can probably find some pretty good reading on this list, though!(See: I'm Number 71!)1.  Agnieszka Woszczyńska - http://www.teologia.blox.pl 2.  Alberto Piccini - http://www.maestroalberto.it 3.  Aldo Padovan - http://www.katholisches.info 4.  Alessandro Gilioli - http: … [Read more...]

Inexperienced Blogger Gets to Play on First-String Team: I’M GOING TO ROME!

What a day it’s been!I woke this morning (well, yesterday morning) to find my name on the list of 150 bloggers chosen from among writers all over the world to attend a Catholic Bloggers Conference which is scheduled for May 2 in Rome. The conference—something new for the Vatican!—is co-sponsored by the Pontifical Council for Culture and the Pontifical Council for Social Communications.  It will be offered in five languages simultaneously.When I first heard about the conference on Monday of th … [Read more...]

“Spiritual Mediocrity, Doctrinal Confusion, Uncertain Commitments, and a Negotiated Truce With Sin: The Bitter Fruits of False catholicisms”

It was more than ten years ago that I fell in love with Greenville, South Carolina.  Greenville is located in the Upstate, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  From the highway, you can catch a glimpse of the mountains to the northwest; and it’s an easy drive to Charleston and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast.   The weather is balmy—with four distinct seasons, yet so warm compared to our Michigan home. Greenville’s tree-lined Main Street, featuring a lively shopping district patt … [Read more...]


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