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Sunday, January 30, 2005

And you thought the campaign season was over! The 2005 Best Catholic Blog Nominations are now open! Click here to - let's face it! - let Amy and Mark know how great they are (and hopefully coax Mark out of seclusion!).

I really wish they had a nomination category for movie/tv/pop culture reviews from a Catholic/Christian perspective. Beyond just expanding the glory of COTM, it would be one way to find out who else is out there.

I was trying to think of another category in which this blog might possibly have a chance of being competitive. Here's what I came up with so far...

"Best Blog By a Pro-Life Screenwriter"
"Best Blog By an ex-Patriate Rhode Islander in Hollywood"
"Most Use of Emily Dickinson Poetry By a Blog"
"Most Aggressive Advocacy of the Boston Red Sox By a Catholic Blogger"
"Best Blog By an ex-Nun"

and my absolutely certain winner...

"Best Blog By the Owner of a Transgendered Cat" (reworked, thanks to Steve)