Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Happy Blogoversary To Me!

It's now been a year since my first post. Since then I've had approximately 15,000 visits to the site, and am now getting about 130 per day. By numbers commenting, here's a look back at some of my greatest hits:

Some Questions for Young Catholics

Piety, the Communion of Saints and Coincidence

Evil Distractions

Dangerous Devotions?

Our Seminarians, Young Brothers, and Young Priests

Who Said the Cafeteria is Closed?: Weighing Harry Potter Against the Iraq War

In the Presence of the Saints of God

How About a Caption for This One?

Vocatio Neo Maximus

Drawing Water, She Weighed Her Lines

Great Novels

Championing the Poor

Brew-Ha-Ha

Researching the Research on Young Catholics

Greatest Movie Lines . . . What's Missing?

From Liberal to Conservative to Uninvolved

Disease, Identity & God's Providence

A heartfelt thanks to all my visitors. Y'all come back!

9 Comments:

Blogger Anonymous said...

Happy blogoversary to you!

Many bloggy returns!

8:46 AM  
Blogger Susan Rose, CSJP said...

I had no idea we were so close in age! My blogoversary is tomorrow :)

Blog on brother!

10:01 AM  
Blogger andrea said...

Happy anniversary, Mark. Your blog has opened up a window on a corner of the church that I didn't know well. Thank you!

10:20 AM  
Blogger angelmeg said...

What is the traditional gift for a one year blogoversary?


Happy Happy blogging.


Maggie

10:35 AM  
Blogger ProverbialMike said...

Keep up the good blogging Mark. May you have, many more posts!

Great seeing you this past weekend!

Mike Hayes

11:31 AM  
Blogger ~m2~ said...

wow - happy blogiversary :) i am blessed by your presence here in cyberspace, that's for sure...

1:15 PM  
Blogger ~m2~ said...

to answer angelmeg's question, i believe the traditional gift is plastic in the form of a timer so one isn't online more than he needs to be...

(she said to her self...)

1:15 PM  
Blogger Gashwin said...

Mark: you go! Happy blogoversary! Keep on bloggin' ...

Hmm -- blogoversary --- blagodarnost' is Russian for thankfulness or gratitude ... seems weirdly appropriate eh? :)

3:50 PM  
Blogger Mark Mossa, SJ said...

Penni,

I'd say you're right on the mark!!

Mark

5:49 PM  

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