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These are my 5 favourites. You can't beat them for honesty and insightful commentary on the latest issues.

Damian Thompson - Holy Smoke
Fr. Z - What does the prayer really say ?
Sandro Magister - Chiesa
Fr. Tim Finnegan - Hermeneutic of continuiy
Chris Gillibrand - Cathcon
Added date: 31/12/2007 15:28:55
Brendan, Brentford
 
Check out the blog etheldredasplace.blogspot.com and Father Z's What does the prayer really say.
Added date: 07/12/2007 23:32:50
Roma Jenkins, Dorset
 
Second everything that Jay said - but would add lacrimarum valle, vocations blogspot, fr mildew [michael clifton], the muniment room etc but more especially Damian Thompson's Holy Smoke and Fr Z's wdtprs.

p.s. Fr Ray Blake for the Red Hat !!!
Added date: 24/11/2007 15:38:59
Paul , CORBY
 
Internet discussions are excellent for discussing our faith.

One which is loyal to the Church is Catholic Cyberforum, a well moderated discussion group. It has topics on liturgy, all aspects of parish life, social issues, Bible Studies and a really good section based on CASE Where Are They Now? project. They are also currently going right through the catechism, discussing the whole volume, section by section.

I strongly recommend Catholic Cyberforum to loyal Catholics. Whether you prefer the old or the new liturgies, there is good discussion, but no contributions encouraging disaffection with the church get through.

Try it!

http://z10.invisionfree.com/Catholic_CyberForum/index.php?
Added date: 23/11/2007 02:12:20
Maura, Plymouth
 
Fr Z (www.wdtprs.com/blog) - a bit single-interest, but if I could read only one blog this would be it. Probably.

and about seven joint-seconds

The Hermeneutic of Continuity (despite Fr Finigan's inexplicable conviction of the importance of the New Synthesis :-)

Seraphic Singles (despite Seraphic's hidden conviction of the importance of Lonergan)

Dawn Eden

Vultus Christi, when Fr. has proper posts

New Liturgical Movement

ach, the decisions ....

The Curt Jester - seems like a Really Nice Normal Guy

That Holy Smoke blog - gossipy and funny, and some of it Had To Be Said.

icanhazcheeseburger (if it's not Catholic, it should be. Someone persuade Tom Farmer to buy it.)





Added date: 22/11/2007 21:50:07
Berenike, Edinburgh/Warsaw
 
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