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Monday, March 31, 2008

Last call for the Guide to UU Blogs.

Although I hope this won't really be the last time I update my annotated guide to Unitarian Universalist blogs — thanks to the advent of the Philocritot! — it's certainly going to the last time for the foreseeable future. So, if you have or know about a high-quality Unitarian Universalism-related blog that I haven't already listed here (and that you haven't already called to my attention here), please promote it in the comments below. I'll be posting the updated Guide with new additions soon.

Copyright © 2008 by Philocrites | Posted 31 March 2008 at 9:52 PM

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17 comments:

shaktinah:

April 1, 2008 01:37 AM | Permalink for this comment

Hi Chris, namaste.

Confessions of an Evangelical UU
http://www.wizdum.net/?q=confessions
and
Unexpected Moments of Grace
http://www.wizdum.net/?q=moments

Thanks.

David Pyle:

April 1, 2008 09:07 AM | Permalink for this comment

Hello Chris,

I wanted to ask you to add Celestial Lands to the list...

http://celestiallands.org/

thanks for all you do..

David

Aaron Sawyer:

April 1, 2008 11:00 AM | Permalink for this comment

http://www.DiscoverUU.com

as a blog aggregator

and my personal UU blog site:

Aaron Sawyer's DiscoverUU Blog

http://aaronsawyer.wordpress.com/

Aaron Sawyer:

April 1, 2008 12:11 PM | Permalink for this comment

http://johncrestwell.wordpress.com/
http://nancymcdonaldladd.wordpress.com/
http://thomasperchlik.wordpress.com/
http://johnmorehouse.wordpress.com/
http://revricky.blogspot.com/

more minister blogs featured as a part of DiscoverUU.com

UURepublican:

April 1, 2008 02:52 PM | Permalink for this comment

There's always mine.. http://uurepublican.blogspot.com/

happy and cranky cindy:

April 1, 2008 05:35 PM | Permalink for this comment

Hi Chris,

I seem to have fallen off the list...
I took one year off, but have been back since Nov. 07.

happycindy.blogspot.com
crankycindy.blogspot.com

Is there a category of religious professionals not ordained or on the way to being ordained? Am I really the only Religious Educator with a blog{s}?

Ah well, categorize me as you will...

THANKS!

cindy

Paula Reed:

April 1, 2008 11:25 PM | Permalink for this comment

I am a UU author and teacher. My blogs often deal with religion, but with many other topics, as well. If it suits your list, feel free to add it: http://www.paulareed.blog-city.com/

Matt Alspaugh:

April 2, 2008 10:35 AM | Permalink for this comment

I am a seminarian completing a one year full-time internship, and my blog reflects my internship experiences.

http://malspaugh.blogspot.com/

Philocrites:

April 2, 2008 04:07 PM | Permalink for this comment

Here's a good diary blog with UU commentary: Astrodon Johnstoni: "Dinosaur moms delight in the half-feral nature of the beasties they parent, even as they whisper Shakespeare and Kierkegaard in their ears at night." —Astrodon Johnstoni [Blogger: current]

Philocrites:

April 2, 2008 04:11 PM | Permalink for this comment

Vital Congregations: "Building a vibrant, diverse faith community of healthy UU congregations in the Thomas Jefferson District." —District executive Annette Marquis [WordPress: current]

John Crovis:

April 2, 2008 08:37 PM | Permalink for this comment

Hello Phil,

Could you move the Pageless Book to Spirituality and Inspiration? There was some confusion/debate as to my current status as a aspiring seminarian when the UU Blogging Awards came 'round last time. I don't want a repeat of that...

Thanks and Namaste,

John C.

Elizabeth J. Barrett:

April 3, 2008 02:49 PM | Permalink for this comment

Philocrites, I think you're the greatest blogger ever. I've been exposed to a number of good ideas (and good news) through your blog.

I am not sure that I'm clear about the headings you have for organizing UU blogs. I see that "Ministers" and "Seminarians" have their own headings and get put under that, even if the ministers and seminarians are writing diaries with commentary? The "Diaries with Commentary" section is all lay people. I'm wondering whether a heading called "Lay Leaders" would be appropriate? I'm not sure. As it is now, my blog would get listed under "Religious Commentary," I imagine. Maybe I'm the only one confused.

Philocrites:

April 3, 2008 03:15 PM | Permalink for this comment

Elizabeth, you're now my favorite commenter. (Flattery gets you everywhere 'round here. Thanks!)

My categories probably don't make a ton of sense anymore, but I haven't come up with a more satisfactory set. Bloggers who are non-clergy church staff have also asked about a category, but it's rare for a blog to focus either on congregational leadership or professional concerns, so I've generally kept all such blogs in the Religious Commentary group. (A few go in Congregational Resources.)

I'd welcome a better set of categories!

Nathan M.:

April 4, 2008 12:14 PM | Permalink for this comment

I have a blog (Le coeur a ses raisons--the heart has its reasons) for my sermons at chaplain-nathan.blogspot.com

I'm a full-time hospital chaplain (adult critical care), but I preach on a semi-regular basis at local UU churches.

April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions day. One of my more recent sermons was on making difficult healthcare choices and on the need to have a Living Will and Medical Power of Attorney in place. I see End-of-Life issues as an aspect of Social Justice. Hope you find it interesting and maybe even useful. I very much welcome comments or questions.

Nathan M.:

April 4, 2008 12:15 PM | Permalink for this comment

I have a blog (Le coeur a ses raisons--the heart has its reasons) for my sermons at chaplain-nathan.blogspot.com

I'm a full-time hospital chaplain (adult critical care), but I preach on a semi-regular basis at local UU churches.

April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions day. One of my more recent sermons was on making difficult healthcare choices and on the need to have a Living Will and Medical Power of Attorney in place. I see End-of-Life issues as an aspect of Social Justice. Hope you find it interesting and maybe even useful. I very much welcome comments or questions.

Mechaieh:

April 4, 2008 10:58 PM | Permalink for this comment

Hullo - first and foremost, congratulations on the impending advent! :-)

re: updates, I've moved "Chrysanthemum" to JournalScape. [http://www.journalscape.com/mechaieh]

Genevra Gallo:

April 28, 2008 05:31 PM | Permalink for this comment

I've been working on a blog with daily posts since February. It's been an amazing task and incredibly fulfilling decision. ;)

One Joy, One Sorrow
Inspired by the Unitarian Universalist tradition of sharing joys and sorrows within the Fellowship, I intend to post one joy or one sorrow each day for one year. By recording events occuring in both my personal life and the larger context of the human experience, I hope these observations and stories provide opportunities for reflection, connection, and a sense of the divine to a community unbounded by geography or circumstance.



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