67 Blogs of St. Blog's Parish updated in the last 24 hours as of Sat Mar 19 06:02:25 2005
Blog Name & Link Comment
The Wednesday Eudemon Eudemon: Primary post on Wednesday. Numerous posts throughout the rest of the week.
DaveTown The thoughts, musings, opinions and bovine scatology of me, Dave Walker.{;}{;}
Life at the Frontier Thoughts on Faith, Life, Liberty and the Final Frontier, and how they all tie together beyond the conventional \'wisdom\'.
Victory welfarE Catholic Christian news geek posting stories on life liberty and the pursuit of Catholic hip-hop – and more…
Living Catholicism Personal thoughts and practical advice on living out your Catholic faith in a busy world.
Our Homeschool The daily workings of our home, our family, and our homeschool.
Laudem Gloriae For the Christi fidelis--works for the soul
Spontaneity Web log of a SAHM; homeschooler; returning Catholic; adult "survivor"; person with depression; borderline personality disorder; to-be-SCAdian
The Journey A journal of reflections on Sacred Scripture from the daily Liturgy of the Word. These reflections are not copies or paste-ups from other sources, but are original compositions by team members inspired by the Holy Spirit.
Bettnet As a Catholic journalist I often have access to information and news that wouldn't be appropriate for a straight news story or I have opinions and commentary that aren't news, but about news. Thus my blog was born.
The Southfarthing Soapbox A blog of argumentation and a journal of record -- a place to rant or relax.
In Pectore Reflections on Catholicism, the world, and your run-of-the-mill heresy policing by a Floridian theology major attending the University of Notre Dame.
Ipsissima Verba Yet another Catholic blog, especially interested in liturgical orthodoxy and cultural issues.
The Franklin Family This is the blog of a fledgeling young family from Cincinnati. We are catholic in nature and in character, and hopefully we can share our experiences with you.
Southern Appeal The random musing of a Southern Catholic Federalist and his co-conspirators
Crusader of Justice This blog is intended to capture my thoughts on various issues. I think a lot but rarely write anything down, so this is something of an attempt to capture some of it and share it with people.
Catholic Sensibility thoughts on faith, life, inspiration ... the important things
Bethune Catholic Catholicism as a way of life, as history, as culture, as Faith. "Thou sparest all: because they are Thine O Lord, Who lovest souls" Ws 11:27 ... "For with Thee there is merciful forgiveness... my soul hath hoped in the Lord." Ps 129: 4-5
Hi! I'm Gordon Zaft, why isn't everyone? My personal musings on God, the Church, computers, music, and whatever else comes to mind.
Fonticulus Fides Newly Catholic (as of Easter Vigil 2003), Sparki explores her growing faith and quest for holiness. Primitive blog, functions to be added as time permits for a busy mom of 2 small kids.
All About Dave David Good is a Catholic living in Florida and uses this site to write about his thoughts, day to day life, or whatever strikes him. The youngest of eight, David has the bone disease Osteogenesis Imperfecta, and also has Epilepsy.
Catholic and Loving it! This is my blog, about my life, as a Catholic Physics student at Exeter University in England.
Catholic, Musician, Student, in that order. Adventures of a conservative Catholic music student at a relatively liberal Jesuit university. Will be here for three more years, and probably will complain a lot about the heretics and about how much I somehow volunteer to do for the Catholic student groups.
The Curt Jester Punditry, Parody, Puns, Politics, Liturgy from a Catholic Perspective.
Exultet Roz and Therese Z. are two enthused, faithful Catholic women who discuss questions of faith and life and have fun into the bargain.
Wired Catholic Links to Catholic news, commentary, and occasional inside scoops. Constantly updated.
Our Word and Welcome to It Perspectives on culture, politics, religion and the arts (among other things) from a couple of opinionated Catholics. Commentary on issues of the day, and links to Catholic (and non-Catholic) blogs and sites of interest.
Ancient and Future Catholic Musings A blog by a Catholic 20-something who seeks to make the Faith meaningful to people today without compromising the Truth or dumbing down.
Summa Mamas Summa Mamas is the site of three moms, one organic, one fun, and one OLD, who all attend the same Catholic parish. It's our random thoughts on life, babies, books, the spiritual life and Catholicism.
Ales Rarus Enter the demented mind of Funky Dung and find wacky news stories, political commentary, and apologetic Catholicism.
Catholic Down-Under Adding my 2 cents worth to the new media paradigm with perhaps just a hint of humour - on a good day :)
Cnytr A UDallas 19-year-old Catholic college student randomly muses on life, faith, and ROTC.
Catholics in the Public Square Ongoing commentary on Catholic figures in public service on both sides of the political spectrum (left and right), calling them to be accountable to the "non-negotiable" moral teachings of their faith. From the editors of the blog "CatholicKerryWatch".
Dunmoose the Protomonk Catholic and guiltless about it, a conservative Catholic comments on many things as he explores a possible late monastic vocation
Matthew 12:37 Matthew 12:37 was created to give people as much information and insight as possible about the Catholic faith, the Pro-Life movement, and philosophy through the eyes of a seminarian preparing for the Roman Catholic Priesthood.
Dogma Blog The musings of a 21st Century Catholic
Mixolydian Mode An old tune every day, and whatever is on my mind or catches my attention.
An Aid to Memory: Blogging With Tradition This is a blog of a twenty-something convert to the Catholic Church. The title comes from the writings of St. Vincent of Lerins. The title "An Aid to Memory" just means applying the ancient and Catholic faith to postmodern issues and concerns.
Liberty Dad - a World Without Dictators Lots of comments left on other sites. Some Harry Potter and Karaoke.
The Julian Calendar Some Catholic material, mostly from a Traditional perspective. Many other topics as well.
me autem minui He must increase, I must decrease.
Ad Limina Apostolorum Musings by a doctoral student, patristics scholar, and inveterate Augustinian
Flying Stars a catholic homeschooling mom, a writer who wants to share her faith and learn from others
doxology An exploration of the simple riches of life, love and spirit by a 30 something nearly-Catholic, all-Canadian wife and daughter.
Come On, Get Lively Kathryn Lively, mystery writer, keeper of the Ring. Read her blog, buy her books.
The Black Republican Though mainly a politically-themed blog trying to concentrate on issues of race and prejudice, and subtitled, "A defense of the principles upon which the Republican Party was founded," The Black Republican was founded by an earnest Catholic who often repudiates the original anti-Catholic bias that was prominent during the early years of the Republican Party. As a result, blog entries sometimes describe the nature of the Catholic faith and how it affects and is affected by the other issues discussed.
Recta Ratio Cunning Conservative Catholic Commentary from Kerry/Kennedy Country
Fiat Mihi I sought Him Whom my soul loves; I sought Him but found Him not; I called Him but He gave no answer. I will rise now and go about the city, in the streets and in the squares; I will seek Him Whom my soul loves. “ Surge, comede! Grandis enim tibi restat via ” From the author of Quicustodiet, no longer guarding the whole world, just the door to my heart.
Accidental Nomad Weblog/ portal of a mom, writer, future librarian, Catholic, military brat.
CathColl.net Comments about the world around me from a Catholic woman with liberal politics...
Shadowmage's Domain A place for me to rant, rave, ramble & reveal thoughts on stuff that lives inside my head.
It's the promise of life A source for Catholic/pro-life news and information compiled by a pro-life activist and writer based in Washington.
Saint Michael Center Dedicated to Defending the Catholic Church
DeoOmnisGloria Multi-participant blog examining Catholicism from several viewpoints including seminarian, family man, convert, and homemaker.
Stand Up and Be Catholic A blog to designed to assist those in living the Catholic faith in their everyday lives and to evangelize the faith.
Flos Carmeli no description
Confessions of a Hot Carmel Sundae Collection of musings, opinions, and discussions on various subjects, including news events, parenting, faith, etc. Written by a secular Carmelite homemaker with an oversized soapbox.
Dust in the Light A conservative Roman Catholic writer, musician, artist, intellectual type in Rhode Island.
The Den Mother Speaks A source of insight on all topics worth thinking about, the Den Mother tenders her opinion, analysis, and/or personal reflection on the subject of her choice. "You can fool some of the people all the time and you can fool all the people some of the time but you can't fool Mom."
The Pelianito Jouranl God speaks to us on every page of Scripture. The Pelianito Journal is a collection of Scriptural reflections from the prayer journal of a Roman Catholic Christian, loyal to the teachings of the church and to Scripture, struggling to discern and follow the will of God in her life.
Against the Grain Occasional notes of a (mostly) philosophical or theological nature by the web-manager for the Cardinal Ratzinger Fan Club [www.ratzingerfanclub.com]{;}
Running From The Thought Police The blog of an undergraduate biology student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Discusses local politics, university events, religion, dorm life, and whatever else strikes the author\'s fancy.
CowPi Journal My mess of the field known as the Internet (so watch your step)
BritCat In The USA A British Catholic in the USA's attempt to steer a path between the rhetoric and fearmongering in order to follow the teachings of the Pope and Bishops on political issues.
Disputations ''For true and false will in no better way be revealed and uncovered than in resistance to a contradiction." -- St. Thomas Aquinas
I'm So Glad This blog is dedicated to discerning why I am so glad. This may be of interest to others besides myself . . . or not. It did occur to me that at some future time I will become sad. Should this happen I resolve to close down this site immediately.
extremeCatholic Patrick Sweeney's weblog of the Catholic faith and media, politics, technology and the other stuff he's interested in.