Catholic blogging and blogging Catholics

2011 10 01_0064

Here is the text of my talk Catholic blogging and blogging Catholics for the Guild of Blessed Titus Brandsma at Blackfen last Saturday. Sorry for the delay in posting it. The day went very well, I think. Several people had not experienced the older form of the Mass before and the solemn High Mass was perhaps the best introduction for them. Trisha and her team did us proud with the food, and it was good to be able to celebrate solemn vespers more Romano.  The photo above is from Mulier Fortis who has more on her blog and on Flickr.

Dylan Parry posted a comprehensive report of the day at the Guild blog and several other bloggers posted their own impressions so to save time, here (courtesy of the Guild blog) is a list of the Catholic bloggers and users of the new media who were present:

Those Guild members who wanted to be at the event, but couldn't make it were: Laurence England (The Bones You Have Crushed May Thrill); Chris Owens (Benedictus Dominus); James Preece (Catholic and Loving it!); Greg Beaman (A Brief Encounter); Sean Gough (Trust in You); Jane Mossendew (Thoughts from a Catholic Oasis); Stephen Moseling (St Pauls Bookshop Blog); as well as these two anonymous or semi-anonymous blogs: Juventutem London and Catholic with Attitude.

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