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Saturday, January 13, 2007
National De-Lurker Week

Created by Paper Napkin to encourage readers who are too shy to leave a comment to speak up, De-Lurker Day has been extended to an entire week. That way everyone has a chance to work up the courage to speak up. And this is National De-Lurker Week!

So please just leave me a line or so in the comment box below. How long have you been reading my blog? Or what is your favorite book, movie, or TV show? Or what is the weather like today where you are? I'm not picky.

God Bless all of you


del_button January 11, 2007 at 10:25 PM
Paul VI said...

Well, I love this blog! I visit it often, proably 10 t 20 times a day, literally! It is a great source of inspiration. My day is going well, please pray for me in my academic endeavours.

del_button January 11, 2007 at 11:40 PM
catherine, ocds said...

Hi MB!

Found your blog about a month ago. Come back every day. Favorite book is Lord of the Rings in the secular realm. In the spiritual, it's Divine Intimacy. Favorite movie? LOTR. TV Show? NCIS. And the weather here in the high desert of northern NV is very cold. Supposed to go down to 7º tonight. Brrrr.

Will miss your posts when you go into seminary. But it's for a good (great!) cause. Will continue to keep you in prayer.

del_button January 13, 2007 at 1:43 PM
therese said...


In case you were wondering I still visit here often, at least two or three times a week. I think it's been about a month since I found your blog.
Favorite spiritual book is The Way of Divine Love by Josefa Menendez which my spiritual father gave to me six years ago, and he assigned it as my lenten reading three years in a row.
I don't watch t.v. I have lots of favorite movies though. I highly recommend The End of the Spear, even though it is a protestant movie.
The low yesterday was 17 degrees breaking the record here in Sunny CA.

I am certainly going to miss this blog too.

del_button January 13, 2007 at 4:08 PM
Greg Keuter said...

Thanks for the inspiration to post a comment. I look at your blog about once a day or so. I still don't know how you find the time. I have been reading your blog since May, I believe, when I used one of your posts on my podcast.

I pray for you and your journey to the priesthood. Thank you for the work you do here and God Bless.


del_button January 19, 2007 at 6:49 PM
Gulliver said...

I'm curious. Are you all in the US ? What is the average age of the Tradional Catholic 'convert' ? We are still barely emerging from the 'dark ages' of that brand of 'Catholicism' here in Ireland. You should watch what you wish/pray for. You just might get it. I have met some of these so called Traditional Catholic 'converts,' and for the most part, I say they look to a past they never knew, never experienced, through rose coloured glasses. How many of you were there - the 'first time' ?

Just wondering.

God Bless you all, and may our Heavenly Mother keep you all safe under Her Maternal Mantle.

I'm very much post VatII these days - but can still pray with the best of the old ways :-)

Ut Unum Sint :-)

Maria Gabriella - ora pro nobis.

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