Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Filled with admiration!


I see that there is a whole world of blogging out there, which my lack of skill effectively keeps me from! No matter; it is thrilling to read the work of such as Jovan, Der Tommissar, the Inquisitor, W, and so many others.

But how do they find the time? What they write is not only good --- it ought to be paid for! But who would do it? Blogging gives alternative voices, all right, and ensures that things that ought to be written are. But presumably the demi-gods who reign over us in Church and State need not care. Well, never mind! Write on, O friends! Keeping ideas alive sometimes leads to their eventual triumph!

5 Comments:

Blogger Jovan-Marya Weismiller, T.O.Carm. said...

Mon Ami,

Just a few days ago I was chatting with another Evil Trad blogger and I said The New Crusade was like a second job for which I don't get paid! But, like my writings in the pre-blog days, I do it to keep sane. If I didn't struggle against the Revolution in the Church and society, my guilt would be overwhelming. Besides, when I blog I have a beer at my side and the Beeb playing in the background (usually Radio3's classical music)!

Have a Blessed Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year,

Jovan

11:28 AM  
Blogger Der Tommissar said...

I can now stop blogging.

4:11 PM  
Blogger Charles A. Coulombe said...

Ha! I can now comment on comments, since I have been taught how! Many thnaks for responding, Tom and Jovan!

Charles

11:41 PM  
Blogger Éstiel said...

I am glad to see that you have not abandoned your readers, Charles. It was through your spot that I discovered others, e.g., Jovan. I did not know of the existence of the Falange party. Interesting. I must get one of my computer-savvy students to help me uncover the world of blogs, perhaps even start one of my own, as I think it might mitigate the depression I so often feel nowadays when I cannot avoid seeing the successes of those forces that would destroy the few remaining traces of truth and beauty--especially in the Church--and especially what's being done to women. I think it no coincidence that the Church and nature are both 'feminine' in reference. And both are being destroyed.
I am divided. Jovan says it "keep[s him/her] sane." Yet I recognize the spiritual value of silent suffering.
But keep writing, please. And a blessed new year to you and all your readers.
Éstiel

4:53 AM  
Blogger The young fogey said...

The New Crusade was like a second job for which I don't get paid! But, like my writings in the pre-blog days, I do it to keep sane. If I didn't struggle against the Revolution in the Church and society, my guilt would be overwhelming.

All true.

BTW, in Blogger you can put links in your postings without knowing how to write code, but to fix the links in this entry you need to add some stuff: before the href add < a (only with no space between the < and the a) and a space and then after the name of the link write < /a > only with no spaces between the characters.

Happy St Stephen's/Boxing Day, and through Epiphany or even Candlemas, happy Christmas to you and yours.

5:29 AM  

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