Dec 122012
 

For those who don’t know, Jennifer Fulwiler of conversiondiary.com will be appearing in a limited run reality show called “Minor Revisions.”  A reality show featuring a former atheist now Catholic is certainly something new. Real Convert Housewives of Texas.

The first episode airs this Thursday, December 13, at 8 PM EST / 7 PM CST. The other two episodes will air on December 20 and January 10 at the same time. Anyone with an internet connection can watch it — you just have to pull up the station’s live feed at http://netny.net/watch-now/ during the time that it airs. (It won’t be archived online, so the best way to catch it is live. More details and viewing options here.)

I was given an opportunity to watch the first episode and so I did.  I quite enjoyed it.  Finally a reality show dealing with reality – a novel concept.  There was a lot to like about the format of the show and it was certainly entertaining.  I also thought the show could appeal to a wide audience going beyond just Catholics. It is also quite humorous.

I especially enjoyed the conversations with her father who remains an atheist.  I had  a good deal to relate to since I was also given the love of science and other subjects from my father who also is still an atheist. Although he refers to himself as a “retired Christian.”

The Top 10 Reasons You Might Still Want to Watch Minor Revisions, Even Though It Is a No-Banana-Suit Show

Here is a recent interview regarding the show between Jennifer and Dan Lord.

  2 Responses to “Minor Revisions”

  1. I’ll see if I can catch it tomorrow. Thanks for the heads-up.

  2. The first episode is now on YouTube:

    http://catholic-video.blogspot.com/2012/12/minor-revisions-with-jennifer-fulwiler.html

    I suspect that they posted the full video of the first episode mainly because so many people had trouble with the live streaming. I don’t know if they will do the same for the other episodes, so people should try to watch them live if possible.

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