Posted by Sofia Guerra
September 29, 2012 A.D.
I know I have a habit of asking our readers here at Always Catholic to do stuff for us and the tradition continues.
The one thing I have learned about the blogosphere (particularly the Catholic niche) is that there are a plethora of bloggers who are overlooked in the process of deciding which blog to read. There definitely is a A-list (I’ll get to that one day in a RANT) and most of us bookmark most of them. What we do not do is to be spontaneous in our reading choices as if we are driven by this group-think mentality to read those who are “known” here in
Not that being a blogger and sharing your thoughts and likes and dislikes with the rest of us isn’t a good thing. IT IS! Some of us have been gifted with acumen for writing and some of us just love to blog (like me). Both of these groups are necessary as variety is the spice of life. You wouldn’t want to eat the same food, for every meal, everyday, forever, would you?
My all-time favorite writer’s blog is a tie between two (you know who you are) and today I am asking all of you who are reading this now to go to each of these blogs and then come back and comment on which blog you liked and why. I am posting two links: A and B so you won’t find out what the blogs are until you go there. I’m awful, aren’t I?
When you comment, please include your email so we can let you know if you are the winner of our Giveaway! The prize is a $10 donation to to the blogger of
your choice as a tip for the hard work they do. The donation will be made in your name if you are the winner of the Giveaway! The winner for the Giveaway will be chosen randomly from the comments.
I will be doing this today and tomorrow and announcing the Giveaway Winner on Monday, October 1st. I will also post the names of the blogs and some of your positive comments. This is a fun thing and I think you will see my point. There are so many people out there writing and hoping to be heard. Let’s let them know that they are being read, that their thoughts are being heard.
After all, aren’t we all called to fraternal charity, aren’t we??
God love you,