|Of course a book on blogging would be an ebook!|
Seriously, this is a great idea and a fun project for a good cause. T.J. Burdick (TeachCatholic.com ) corralled some of us to write our "ten commandments" of blogging and put it together with his own thoughts to make a cool little ebook for charity: One Body, Many Blogs. (Love the title. But apologies in advance to St. Paul.)
In your opinion, what are the “ten commandments” that Christian bloggers should keep in mind while pressing on in their digital mission?
Their answers are diverse and extremely helpful for anyone who shares the charism of blogging. Each response was treated it as if it were a blogpost in length, voice, style and content. As you will see, each blogger has created a unique and informative response that will provide you with ideas on how to develop your own particular voice through the communal blogging charism by which you feel called to participate in.
(I clarify that this is TJ's description because goodness knows I am no giant. I'm pleasingly plump in the blogosphere. Or maybe that's just in real life. Sigh.)
Besides TJ, the contributors are:
- Brandon Vogt (BrandonVogt.com)
- Deacon Greg Kandra (The Deacon’s Bench)
- Devin Rose (St. Joseph’s Vanguard)
- Frank Weathers (Why I Am Catholic)
- Jeff Miller (The Curt Jester)
- Katrina R Fernandez (The Crescat)
- Kevin Knight (New Advent)
- Lisa Hendey (CatholicMom.com)
- Marc Barnes (BadCatholic and 1flesh.org)
- and moi (The Ironic Catholic)
I tell ya, its better than a St. Louis Jesuits reunion!
|All profits go to a Catholic school!|
San Juan Diego succeeds through the generous support of the larger community in the form of tuition assistance scholarships. Parents are given an opportunity to reduce tuition costs through service hours which benefit the school.