Link One of the first things I'll read by Jeffrey Miller September 29, 2005 written by Jeffrey Miller September 29, 2005 First Things now has a blog On the Square that will have posts by not only Fr. Nehaus, but others as well. [Via Plato’s Stepchild] RSS Feed 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Jesus De-coded next post How light the bread of angels You may also like godcheker April 22, 2004 Saints and the creative arts July 3, 2009 Just as I thought January 14, 2006 Blogging Blossers February 15, 2005 Year 5 April 19, 2010 I’m going to be a dental floss tycoon December 9, 2011 Private Revelation December 22, 2005 Rubricism and formalism February 27, 2005 Mechanics of a homily January 1, 2006 Little Flower, Little Project March 15, 2006 4 comments Lucy September 29, 2005 - 9:58 pm I would think that anything goes on a blog. I’m an artist, and not a writer as you probably have figured out by some of the comments I have shared on this blog. Writing was never one of my favorite subjects in school. It’s only been lately that I have wanted to write because of blogs like this one. There are many here that are far more eloquent and knowledgable than I, but hey, you draw a football player, or make a banner, or paint a mural, and we’ll see who’s who there. I think everyone has the right to share, regardless of their writing abilities. Reply Larry Stich September 30, 2005 - 11:08 am Thanks!! FT Blog will be fun… Reply Cacoethes Scribendi September 30, 2005 - 1:32 pm New Blog First Things now has a new blog. It seems Fr. Neuhaus is a rather reluctant blogger, but I’m sure the site will be very interesting. Thanks to Curt Jester for the heads up. … Reply Ferde Rombola September 30, 2005 - 5:25 pm As if Fr. Neuhaus and Mr. Bottum don’t have enough to do putting the journal out almost every month. I wish them well. I’ll be looking in, as well (sorry). Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.