Yes, blogging is still a thing. This category recognizes the best Catholic blogs and their bloggity blogging bloggers.
A Knotted Life
"Catholic wife and mom of 6; I'm a speaker and writer but mostly I bake, cook, blog, and ignore the laundry."
Carrots for Michaelmas
Haley Stewart is a bookish, somewhat crunchy, mama of three. Writer, speaker, blogger, and a Catholic convert. Homeschooling, bacon-eating, coffee-drinking southern girl with a flair for liturgical feasts and a penchant for bright red lipstick.
Catholic All Year
Kendra Tierney lives in Los Angeles with one husband, eight children, and nine chickens. She blogs at Catholic All Year about homeschooling, parenting, pop-culture, Catholic life, living the liturgical year in the home…and sometimes zombies.
Fr. Z's Blog
Formerly entitled: "What Does The Prayer Really Say?" – Clear, straight commentary on Catholic issues, liturgy and life by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
Neal Obstat Theological Opining
"I am Academic Dean and Professor of Spiritual Theology at Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans. I also teach at the Institute for Priestly Formation in Omaha each summer. My favorite theologian is Father of the Church St. Ignatius of Antioch (108 a.d.). Why? 80+ years old @ the time of his martyrdom, writes his 7 impassioned and theologically dense letters with the voice of the apostles still ‘ringing in his ears,’ has divine wisdom born of suffering, and is, to the end, in love with God and his people unto folly."
Those Catholic Men
ThoseCatholicMen.com was designed to embolden, enlighten, and engage Catholic men for the renewal of masculine character and spirituality. Their team of laymen, seminarians, and priests welcomes you to join a movement which will result in the restoration of Catholic men and, consequently, Catholic families and communities.