Monday, December 20, 2010

The Catholic Irish Blogsphere

At Last the "Catholic Blog" has arrived in Ireland. I am an avid blog reader, some of the Americans are outstanding, but I think we need something Irish. Here is a list, in no particular order, if you are not on it, let me know.

Ex Umbris Et Imaginibus Father John Hogan
Peregrinus Hibernensis Eamon, Dublin
Rationabile Obsequium Fr B
St Genesius Caroline, Drogheda
Catholicus Christopher, Drogheda
An Irish Catholic
Lux Occulta Shane
Ireland – Semper Fidelis
Dominician Nuns Drogheda
Witness Christ Luuk Dominiek Jansen OP, Dublin

"Among the new forms of mass communication, nowadays we need to recognize the increased role of the internet, which represents a new forum for making the Gospel heard. Yet we also need to be aware that the virtual world will never be able to replace the real world, and that evangelization will be able to make use of the virtual world offered by the new media in order to create meaningful relationships only if it is able to offer the personal contact which remains indispensable. In the world of the internet, which enables billions of images to appear on millions of screens throughout the world, the face of Christ needs to be seen and his voice heard, for "if there is no room for Christ, there is no room for man". (Verbum Domini)


shane said...

Thanks for this list Caroline. I'm going to add some of those to my blogroll. Thanks also for including me on it.

Robert Fuller put up a list on Irish Catholic blogs/websites here:


An Irish Catholic said...

Thanks Caroline for the list and for putting An Irish Catholic on it.

I particularly love the line you posted - for "if there is no room for Christ, there is no room for man". (Verbum Domini)- How true.

Convenor said...

It would be extremely kind if you could add us to your blogroll. We are proposing a Holy Year for Nuns and we've be delighted if you could adopt the idea and promote it.

God bless the work!

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