August 11, 2009

Thank You

It's a big deal for a Catholic blogger to have a post picked up by Fr. Z, so I want to say thank you.

Thank you, Fr. Z, for your ministry, for the cross-post and plug today, for everything I have learned from WDTPRS, for personal advice, and for the prayers and good example of the friends I have met through Z-chat.

9 comments:

Mark in Spokane said...

Great blog. I came over here via the link from Fr. Z's blog, and I am glad I did. Thank you so much for your posts -- what an interesting glimpse into your ministry.

I am going to put your blog on the blogroll over at my blog Mark in Spokane. If you do reciprocal linking, I'd appreciate a link to my site on your blogroll, but if not, that's ok.

Again, thanks so much for blogging. I plan on checking back regularly to get some wisdom!

Cheers.

Brother Charles said...

All set and linked up, Mark. Good to meet you.

Mark in Spokane said...

Thanks, Father! You're linked on my blog now too -- under Links Secular and Sacred.

Cheers.

Qualis Rex said...

Mark - I've been coming here for a few weeks now and found Father Charles to be one of the wisest, entertaining and humble priests blogging on the internet. You'll definitely enjoy his posts.

Julia said...

I agree with QR.

"Genuine" is one of the best words to describe Fr Charles and his blog, I think.

Michael Hallman said...

I saw that and was very happy for you. I tell friends about your blog all the time, and hopefully your online ministry will continue to grow.

As an aside, if you happen to be in the Philadelphia area either September 22 or September 29, Villanova University (my school) is doing a two part series on the relevance of the Franciscan Tradition. Day one is hosted by Rev. Brian Jordan, O.F.M., and day two is hosted by Rev. Kenneth Himes, O.F.M. Just a heads up...

Brother Charles said...

Michael:

I have heard them both and you're in for a treat.

ben in denver said...

How nice to see the connections that are made in cyberspace. I've been visiting Friar Charles' blog for many years, and it remains one of my favorite places in cyberspace.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Father Charles. I hope that all of Father Z's readers follow his advice to visit your blog.