Monday, June 16, 2008

Fun on Facebook

Facebook, the 'social utility' website, popular among high schoolers and college students seems to suddenly be attractive us Catholic bloggers (some of whom have been out of school a long time).

I'm having fun interacting with some folks whose blogs I've always
read but never really conversed with directly. Also, there's many
Catholic groups to join to meet other liked-minded Catholics. For

Catholic Resources on Facebook
The Beauty of Veils for Catholic Women
I Love the Sacrament of Penance!
Friends of the Crescat
St. Blog's Parish
I Will Not Support Komen Because it Funds Abortion Providers
1,000,000 Strong For Stephen T Colbert
Prayers for the Poor Souls in Purgatory
The Cause of Canonization of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
Catholics forClerics in Cassocks
3 Million Hail Marys to End Abortion
EWTN Fanclub

I'll add the Facebook link to my profile on my blog's profile page. Stop by and say hi if you're in the FB neighborhood...


Adrienne said...

FAcebook is the anti-Christ. LOL Only kiiiiiiiiiding! It is a real time chewer - but fun!

paramedicgirl said...

I use FB just to stay in touch with family. My goodness, if I used it to stay in touch with other bloggers, I would never have time to keep up my blog.

I have had several invites from other Catholics to join them as FB friends, but if they don't leave a message about who they are, I just ignore it. One said he was a priest but didn't say what blog was his, and another said he was Catholic, but I have no idea who these people are.

Bottom line, they should say who they are when they extend an invite for someone to join them on FB. The internet is way too anonymous.

Kitchen Madonna said...

I'm so glad you asked me to be your Facebook friend (I am very new to this) because I scrolled through your friends and saw the Pope! So I asked him to be my friend and much to my cosmic delight, he or some sweet soul in a Vatican City basement, said yes!

How fun!

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure how to contact you but I wanted to let you know that the Latin Mass Community North has been working hard to provide the Traditional Latin Masses north of Boston. We are now able to announce:


Sunday, August 3, 2008
1:00 pm

St. Mary Star of the Sea
Cabot Street
Beverly, MA

Hosted by Father David Barnes
Boston Catholic Conference's
2007 Priest of the Year

Celebrated by Father Mario Lopez, O. Carm.

For further information please contact Latin Mass Community North Spokesperson Pamela Smith at

Thank you.

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

good to know :), i shall find a way to add you

Lynne said...

Hey, Kitchen Madonna, how did I miss notification of your comment? My bad! You'll want to friend request Monsigor Ganswein too! ;-)

M. Alexander said...

Does anyone know of a Pure Love or True Love Waits Facebook group?

I want to invite my teen age daughters.

Heh heh heh

Lynne said...

Yes, here's the Pure Love Club group on Facebook...