The 2011 Cross & Eagle Catholic Blogging Awards

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I am starting new tradition here at The American Catholic (TAC) and that is the Cross & Eagle Catholic Blogging Awards.  The Cross & Eagle Awards will showcase what I believe to be the best in the Catholic Blogosphere.  Ranging from serious to funny I’ll be posting a different post each day celebrating the best in the Catholic Blogosphere.

To begin tomorrow, Tuesday late-morning, I will announce the first winner in the category of Most Beautiful Blog.  The blog that has a great layout, contrasting colors, cool looking pics, and a lot more.

There are several categories from Best Blogging Name to Most Popular Blog to Biggest Breakout Blog.  The categories are numerous and creative in order to exemplify the rich diversity of the Catholic Blogosphere.

More to explorer

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Hate Crime

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PopeWatch: Cardenal

  Hattip to commenter Greg Mockeridge.  Pope John Paul II shaking his finger at Ernesto Cardenal, Culture Minister for the Sandinista government

5 Comments

  1. Hello Mr. Edwards,

    As I find my way home I have to say that I am amazed at the number of “Catholic’ blogs that are out there. Indeed, to even have an internet genre , so to speak, that calls itself ‘Catholic blogging’ is wonderful. I hope that you are including podcasting in your awards because while I am aware of a few maybe you might shed light on more that are out there. Both categories have their share of informative, insightful and humorous writers and speakers and have helped me immensely on my journey back to the Church. Looking forward to your selections. Thank you.

    John

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