Blogging and magazines

I generally get the feeling that blogging has lost some of its luster, and a number of blogs I check are being updated with less frequency.

I’ve been blogging since the summer of 2003. It’s starting to get a bit old.

I’m also a bit depressed knowing that Queen of All Hearts–a Catholic magazine dedicated to the Blessed Virgin–has ended its run of over 50 years. This means Immaculata is the last of a dying breed in the U.S.–i.e. magazines primarily focused on the Blessed Virgin Mary. There are still other magazines published in other countries such as Madre di Dio, but not all that many.

Still there is hope for the future. The ezine Mother of All Peoples continues to publish online, and perhaps there will be more like it in the future.

2 comments — post a comment

Laura H.

I certainly hope you won’t stop blogging soon! I’ve only just discovered your blog and would enjoy it I’m sure if you kept it running.

And as a side note, I’ve added you to my sidebar! 🙂

chris nowak

I hope you don’t stop blogging! I just found your blog, but I think I have met you (briefly) in Steubie in July?
I am working (slowly) on my application to the Marians.


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