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First Catholic Carnival

Jay, from "Living Catholicism", has answered my call for a Catholic Carnival. 🙂 Basically, this is a Catholic-oriented version of the Christian Carnival (example here) that occurs weekly. It’s a great way to attract new readers to your blog – – and you’re likely to discover some Catholic blogs you haven’t heard about. [T]he carnival …

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Catholic Carnival, Where Art Thou?

Why is there no Catholic carnival? Jollyblogger, a nice guy and a good blogger, is organizing a Carnival of the Reformation. We need a Carnival of the Counter-reformation! I don’t mean that in a spiteful “me too” way. Carnivals are an excellent way to share ideas and promote blogs. From what I’ve seen in the …

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Conversations on the Catechism: "I Believe" – "We Believe"

"There are not over a hundred people in the United States who hate the Catholic Church. There are millions, however, who hate what they wrongly believe to be the Catholic Church, which is, of course, quite a different thing." – Bishop Fulton J. Sheen A recent post by Jollyblogger got me thinking. He’s trying to …

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