Top 200 Catholic blogs

Top 200 Catholic blogs January 27, 2011

Someone (okay: Eric Sammons) decided to check blog readership via their Google subscription, and came up with some interesting findings.

In the Top 200:

#1 – What Does the Prayer Really Say?

#2 – Whispers in the Loggia

#75 – Archdiocese of Washington (featuring Msgr. Charles Pope)

#132 – A Concord Pastor Comments

#140 – The Anchoress

Your Humble Blogger wound up at #132.  And the guy who started all this, Eric, ended up at #184.

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4 responses to “Top 200 Catholic blogs”

  1. I was happy to see I made the list to at #131! We are neck and neck…! That must have been a lot of work to compile such a list. God bless him! And God bless all the Catholic voices of the net!

  2. While it is certainly useful, in a way, to track popularity, I am very much put in mind of these words from the Holy Father’s recent World Communications Day message, namely “that the truth which we long to share does not derive its worth from its ‘popularity’ or from the amount of attention it receives…” Of course, popularity and truth are not mutually exclusive, as many of the popular blogs (like The Deacon’s Bench illustrate) but in the realm of blogging popularity alone cannot be the criterion of success.

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