Thursday, July 17, 2008

Reaching out via less traditional method

As I roam some of the Catholic blogs, you always find some interesting stuff. Yesterday, I blogged about Veggie Tales. A great way to entertain children, while teaching them a good set of values.

Today, I would like to link to a couple of ways that others are reaching out to Catholics in a "less traditional" way.

From the Deacon's Bench, we find an article about the Catholic Channel, produced by Sirius Satellite Radio and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. You can check him out here.

From Aufer a Nobis, we find the story of the "Apologist (D-Minor) is a musician whose conversion to the Catholic Faith has led him to put the Truths of the Faith to rap music."

Finally, today we say goodbye to Tony Snow. Although you wouldn't know it by the way the media has ignored this fact (maybe because he worked for President Bush and was on Fox News), he was Roman Catholic.

Here is an article from the Catholic Exchange.

Also, one by Deacon Keith Fournier

Finally, one by Catholics in the Public Square.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...
A very intersting article abot San
Francisco's public condemnation of Catholic. Perhaps time for Catholics to boycott this city.