Categories Asides Cardinal Blogging Post author By Matt Post date October 3, 2006 7 Comments on Cardinal Blogging Robert Accettura wrote in about this story about a Boston Cardinal starting a Vatican blog. Here’s the blog. As a Catholic, I find this trend toward transparency pretty fascinating. How long before the Pope has a blog? Share this: Related Lent This Year: Buying ThingsFebruary 10, 2016In "Asides"All Work and No PlayJanuary 21, 2003In "General"Nuns vs. FansJanuary 24, 2003In "Humor" Tags Catholic ← Protect Rails with Akismet → Microsoft CodeCamp 7 replies on “Cardinal Blogging” I doubt that if the Pope had a blog that it would increase transparency. Would he even be the one to write it? Not long, I think. I’m not sure if Pope Benedict will get there, but I think the whole idea of blogging is finding a lot of new uses, including in the Church. If I may paraphrase Fred Schneider, “You’re what?!“ It’s interesting to see who uses WordPress now. Strikes me as a bit odd though, if it’s a Vatican blog, why the url doesn’t use the .va as the TLD. I predict a couple of months. I can see it now, Ratz using tKubrick with the title “PopeBlog” with the tagline “My blog is holier than your blog!” I blogged about it since September 23rd but it seems nobody is reading my blog !!! 🙁 Oh well, on the subject now, church, seems to have caught with the (not so) new wordpress blogging madness. So whats next ? Online confession ? Isnt that what a personal blog is all about ? […] Qualche giorno fa Matt raccontava di essere venuto a conoscenza del blog di un cardinale americano. Si tratta di SeÃ¡n Patrick O’Malley, arcivescovo di Boston. Il blog Ã¨ carino, ricco di foto e piuttosto curato nella grafica. […] Comments are closed.