Sofia Guerra Explains It All For You
Namely, what we've been saying here for years.
The drive to be on the “A-list” of Catholic Bloggers distorts what being a Catholic blogger means. I saw this behavior on the speaking circuit when years ago I was close friends with the “A-list”. I was always invited to the speaking engagements by the “A-list” because I was funny. I would entertain the speakers at the after parties. Yup, the after parties ...
The “A-list” were usually good people who loved being Catholic and loved making a living talking about being Catholic. That’s a good thing. The bad thing is when they considered themselves the “A-list”. Then, it’s over ...
As this is written, the plight of a predominantly Catholic nation, one where most major holidays are in fact HOLYdays, is being virtually ignored in the Catholic blogosphere. Has anyone on the "A" list has graced them with his or her attention? (There is one exception that is duly noted.)
Alas, the Philippine people will just have to wait until we're done re-hashing the Chick-Fil-A thing of a week ago, and repeating what we said about the LCWR over a month ago.
Besides, the election year is still young.