Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Brown paper bloggers all tied up with string!

It's not just for bloggers, that's just
me and my alliteration addiction.
These are a few of my favorite Catholic on-line media things!

Here's the meme: Today, March 15, everyone with a blog, podcast, or Facebook page is listing their favorite 3 blogs, 3 podcasts, 3 other media, 3 random Catholic things online, (don't forget your own projects). Post the link to the list here. While you are at it, head on over to iTunes and promote some quality Catholic projects over there by writing at least 3 positive reviews for various Catholic podcasts and 3 positive written reviews for Catholic mobile applications.

Spread the love, people, and get the word out on some of your favorite Catholic on-line media internet thingies! 

3 Blogs 
I read these every time they post anything. I'm a real bloupie! (blog groupie) I bloup a lot of other very good blogs, but I'm following the rules here, you understand.

It's the best I could do, Mike.
I like the way he thinks.

I like the way she thinks.

I just can't help myself.

3 Podcasts
I'm a bit new to the podcast area of the internet. Mostly what I listen to on-line are reruns of radio broadcasts, but that counts, right?

An actual podcast I actually seek out! Where food meets faith! You know I can't get enough of the Catholic Foodie. (Zero calories and high drool potential)

Kresta in the Afternoon
How can I resist? This man has interviews from people perched on every branch of human endeavors.

Where I get my daily dose of Docasin so that I can better my parenting and raise my IQ scores at the same time!

3 Other Media

They are my favorite on-line radio not only for their content but because their gadgets are rarely glitchy. They run even on my Dell Monster.

Here they are on the web, but where they really excel is their television and radio broadcasts. They need a bit of work on-line still (their streaming media is glitchy and they are still building the EWTN Kids section 3 years later), but they are providing content for radio and television around the world. It is good stuff.

Catholic Fiction
Father Elijah, Fatherless, Motherless. What more can I say other than we...need...more! Request them at your local library and check them out. Buy them for your own shelves.

3 Random On-Line Categories

Although it is not exclusively Catholic, this is where many of us Catholic bloggers go to let our hair down. It's a social networking site that works. I'm temporarily setting my privacy to public so that if you click on the link, you can view my page, and you will be invited. There's a bummer to this because it is Lent and a lot of us are fasting, but you can get a lot of quality Catholic discussion on Plurk, as well as some steam-releasing silliness. Love it.

What can I say other than he's a funny Catholic musician apologist. 

Excellent magazine with an excellent on-line presence. 

I know I should have more pictures and make this a prettier media promotion, but  I'm feeling rather lazy and...oh drecks. It's Lent! I'm trudging off to cut and paste and emptying a wing of Purgatory. This will make no sense because by the time you can see it, there...will...be...pictures. *sighs*


  1. Thanks Christie - it looks just like me!

  2. Hee hee hee! Just couldn't unpack your logo to put Mr. Ape Man on there. I tried.