Do You Have a Catholic Blog? Let Us Know About It!!

Big Tech is strangling opinions that  don't mesh with their own. Twitter shadowbans.   YouTube demonetizes. Facebook only allows you to see certain people.

I think it's crucial we back to blogging. So, I'm going to get back to posting increasingly here on CMR.   If you have a Catholic blog, a conservative site, a pro-life online presence, please let me know about it here. 

Let's do this. Let's rebuild this community.

Put your website in the comments section. 

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  1. kind of... http://www.lyfaber.blogspot.com

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  2. Still here...still sometimes funny, still writing. Same batty place. Same batty channel.

    sherryantonettiwrites.blogspot.com

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  3. TAC is still where it has been, and has a lot of links on the blog roll as well:
    https://the-american-catholic.com/

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  4. FWIW, I wouldn't say it's a Catholic blog, but it's a blog by a Catholic who tries his best.
    http://davidgriffey.blogspot.com/

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  5. I revived mine earlier this summer:

    http://dprice.blogspot.com

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  6. Haven't blogged there consistently in years, but if St. Blog's ever arises from the ashes of the tech giants, then I'll contribute what I can to the conversation:

    https://proecclesia.blogspot.com/

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  7. I blog mainly about Catholic fiction and Catholic authors with a some faith and family posts intermixed. http://www.carolynastfalk.com/category/my-scribblers-heart-blog/

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  8. Some still living blogs that I frequent and would suggest:
    https://medievalotaku.wordpress.com/
    Anime and manga (and light novels) from someone who actually thinks about it. :D

    and Aliens in This World:
    https://suburbanbanshee.wordpress.com/
    All kinds of faintly geeky Catholic subjects.

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  9. Not a blog, but Catholic twitter: RCsocial.net

    As far as I know, we are the largest Catholic instance in the "federverse". 2+ years old, approaching 300 local users and over 500 remote followers. More info at: using.RCsocial.net

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  10. TheMediaReport.com : The media and the Catholic sex abuse story: Separating fact from fiction

    www.themediareport.com

    Thank you!

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  11. In portuguese: https://apologetica.net.br/

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  12. Mine http://restore-dc-catholicism.blogspot.com/

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  13. Catholic Media Coalition has a website. www.catholicmediacoalition.org No blog.

    I also have a Les Femmes blog and a website www.lesfemmes-thetruth.org and
    https://lesfemmes-thetruth.blogspot.com/
    I blog almost every day.

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  14. for those who want to integrate their 12 Step programs with their Catholic faith:
    https://blog.calixsociety.org/
    And for those who want to integrate their Catholic faith with what science tells them about the world:
    https://blog.magiscenter.com/blog

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  15. I am a Catholic who daily posts a small poem I write declaring the love of God.
    Occasionally I write something humorous or sing a song.
    (Which may often be considered by some as the same thing.)
    https://www.tombalistreri.com/

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  16. Catholic philosophy and theology. https://truthseeker-lamont.blogspot.com/

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  17. http://divinefiat.blogspot.com/

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  18. Today's Martyrs is a Christian site that is heavily Catholic, with 12,000 pages of documentation since 1912, of which 6,000 is from 2012 on.
    https://todaysmartyrs.org/

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  19. Augustines Alley. Catholic Faith, Science and Philosophy.

    Joseph Bolton

    https://augustinesalley.wordpress.com/

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  20. an addition: Reflections of a Catholic Scientist (http://rationalcatholic.blogspot.com)...stopped blogging about a year ago but there's still good stuff about the intersection of science and Catholic teaching.

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  21. A Treasure To Be Shared
    https://atreasuretobeshared.blogspot.com/

    The occasional blog of an Ordinariate Roman Catholic.

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  22. https://thefivebeasts.wordpress.com/

    Blogging about St. Hildegard of Bingen, prophecy, and Holy Scripture..

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  23. I mostly use my blog as an online filing cabinet, and most of what I do is re-post, but I also have some original content of my own, esp. when I comment on what I'm re-posting.

    catholicland.blogspot.com

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  24. I never stopped following Amy Welborn's blog

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  25. https://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplaion.blogspot.com/

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  26. http://whatifgodsaysno.blogspot.com/

    Now I actually have to write!

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