Blog inspired by religious
Ash Wednesday is making its appearance next week so our Lenten journeys will begin.
To enlighten, motivate and inspire our Lenten journeys … These are a few blogs that I regularly love to visit. They are Catholic blogs by Sisters and Priests that may help you too grow spiritually, mentally, physically and emotionally. These blogs are all of variety of backgrounds, focusing on prayer, reflections and photographs are shared too.
The religious really taking on the world of social media. Seeing the religious having a presence on the internet is remarkable, because we all have stories to tell and no one should be left in the dark.
Sharpspear – Father Chris Townsend, a Catholic priest who is a communicator, a South African, Lover of Liturgy, Scripture and humour. Father Chris promises to blog as often as he brushes his teeth. Follow Father Chris on Twitter!
Nun Blog – Sister Anne Flanagan. Catholic sister (nun) of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international community founded by Bl. James Alberione for evangelization in the world of communication. (This was back in 1915, mind you.) Add Sister Anne Flanagan to your Google + circles.
A Few Simple Words – Father Bob blogs about having the best job in the world, and a day in the life of a former campus priest and now Pastor of a parish.
A Happy Nun – Sr. Marianette, a Salesian Sister Daughters of Mary Help of Christians blogs about her spiritual life as a happy Nun who tells it all – a Sister Speaks. Follow the Salesian Sisters Daughters of Mary Help of Christians on Facebook.
Catholic Faith Corner – Mary Kathleen Glavich, SND a Sister of Notre Dame who has authored numerous books on religious education and spirituality, including a novel, The Fishermen’s Wife: The Gospel According to St. Peter’s Spouse. Understanding, teaching and living the faith. Like the Sisters of Notre Dame, Chardon on Facebook and follow on Twitter.
Life Crosses – Father Aloysius Ong blogs about his thoughts as his ministers to the world, notably on the trials and tribulations he faces.
Sheree Conway, Mariannhill Media