Blog stuff: October 2003 Archives

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blogger's lament

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"I have the usual blogger's complaint: the posts you really feel strongly about, and/or would like feedback on, are the posts that receive the least number of comments"
Bene Diction is having a Pooh day.
I fully sympathize.
For some reason, I have been getting a lot of random comments on an old post about "Why did God make killer sharks" and almost nothing on my insightful commentary.



I have decided to add a link to the Catholic Company to the site. If you click through and buy, I will get a small percentage. IF you don't, that is ok too. I run this blog for my own reasons, and making money is not one of them!
Addendum - that is, if I can figure out how to add the linked graphic and click through without totally screwing up my page!

Doves and Pomegranates

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Found this site through checking my referrals in sitemeter. Interesting title. And, I had been looking for the quote below.
Doves and pomegranates
recall the words of Martin Niemoller:

First they came for the Jews
and I did not speak out
because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for the Communists
and I did not speak out
because I was not a Communist.
Then they came for the trade unionists
and I did not speak out
because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for me
and there was no one left
to speak out for me.

on the media


new blog


Ever New
lots of interesting articles and links, and a precious picture of mother teresa.
Via Flos Carmeli

moving day


Kairos has moved. Please update your links. Welcome to the parish and to MT.

Blog On!

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Bene Diction Blogs On! is doing an informal survey of 'god blogs' throughout the blogosphere. I am going to try to help him to gather some data from around St. Blog's, and if any of you would be willing to share (if only about yourself) here is the information he is trying to collect, from his email of yesterday.


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I haven't written many substantive posts lately. I have a lot of stuff simmering at the back of my brain, but it hasn't boiled over into my fingers yet. Maybe Saturday - if I am not busy catching babies that is.
My husband just started medication for high blood pressure. He has not been feeling well, and I am so helpless in the face of this. I can't help but worry - his mom died from complications of cardiovascular issues (it's a long story, and a sad one).
There is so much to pray for, these days. ora et labora.

links update


David Morrison has moved Sed Contra. Update your links.

Another carmelite infused blog

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Notes to Myself...
from another cursillista. Check her out!

KTC checks in


at Video meliora, proboque; Deteriora sequor.
Kathy, know that you are in our prayers, and we hope to hear from you again in 6 months. Hey, we have been waiting and praying for Dylan almost that long now.

Mark Shea

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Mark Shea asks his commenters what they do besides drop comments in his boxes. Last count, the librarians and the lawyers were neck and neck. What do you do, dear reader?

food for thought


Karen Marie has a post about the morality of blogging, complete with quotes from the CCC. Well worth contemplating.

a broken music


I'm a few days late to say happy blogiversary to dylan, a voice I greatly miss.
"God does not love us because we are valuable. We are valuable because God loves us." (Archbishop FUlton J. Sheen)

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