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 Here and There March 13, 2008 One sister can change the world September 17, 2012 A great interview April 22, 2005 Crusader of Justice July 14, 2004 He's back March 2, 2005 The case for applying Canon 1398 to politicians... May 30, 2007 They don't call it La La Land for... November 20, 2005 The Our Father, Word by Word June 19, 2011 I detect a disturbance in the atheist force July 20, 2014 Responding to a "small god" March 29, 2007 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. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.