Is it Too Late? More Catholic Media.

Am I too late? Being on the west coast, the sun is still up, so officially, it is still ‘day’. But alas, I feel like a recalcitrant schoolgirl turning in late homework (sigh)!

Today, I’m told, is ‘Catholic Media Promotion Day’, on a Facebook page, which states:

“On March 15, 2011, everyone with a blog, podcast, or Facebook page should list their favorite 3 blogs, 3 podcasts, 3 other media, 3 random Catholic things online, and their own projects.”

Yup, that sounds like homework, but I will gladly do it before the sun sets! Here we go!

My 3 favorite blogs (note: this is a really tough assignment – extremely difficult thing to do – since there are tons of awesome Catholic stuff out there!):

FatherZ’s WDTPRS – for his pulse on the liturgy;

Lisa Graas‘ blog – for her pulse on politics and social issues; and

Elizabeth Scalia’s as The Anchoress – for her eclectic mix of Catholic-related issues.


My 3 favorite podcasts (I don’t have time for podcasts, but when I travel, I go here):

Divine Office – Liturgy of the Hours

That is all.


My 3 favorite other media:

New Advent – as a resource.

Vatican Youtube Channel – for the messages by our Pope, Benedict XVI

National Catholic Register – lots of good articles.


3 Random Things:

The Pulpit – for a quick run down on the day’s Catholic reads.

Priests for Life – for their ongoing work for the promotion and protection of  life.

Little Catholic Bubble – for the way the site comments are monitored…and opposing viewpoints are encouraged to post to create a dialogue.


There. The sun has set, and the day is gone. And my exercise is finished.

God bless!

Carina at Beloved 121 had me on her Catholic Blog  favs list! Thanks!


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