Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Adopt a Catholic Blog.

Athanasius contra mundum from 50 days after has this great idea.

Everyone adopts a blog and prays for the writer often. Here are the rules that Ahanasius posted:

Here's the basic ground rules:
1) You pick a blog and leave a comment under this post marking which blog you adopted. I am not going to assign the blogs out. I am deploying soon and I don't think I'll have time for that.
2) If someone has already taken that blog please move on and find another one there are plenty out there. I know everyone wants to adopt the Curt Jester, but lesser known bloggers need your prayers too. That's not to say that that you can't still pray for Jeff at the Curt Jester on top of your adopted blogger.
3) Tell other bloggers in St Blog's Parish. I have a lesser known blog and I don't have the visibility of the Curt Jester or American Papist. Besides, I am leaving soon and I don't know how much time I will have for blogging.

I am still thinking about who to adopt. It will need to be someone new that isn't on my side bar yet I think. Lets get the word out and spread it around all the Catholic Blogs.



Roses and Jessamine said...

I would like to adopt Aussie Coffee Shop. :-)

Therese said...

Thank you roses and jessamine for adopting my blog. :-)

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