Congratulations to our Bloggers who signed up for the 30 (40) Days of Blogging.
Today is the 40th day! Your marathon journey has come to an end! Axios!
I want to thank everyone for participating. I’ve been reading your blogs, and I must say, I’m impressed with your work and the incredible labor that went into it. We will repeat this exercise next year, starting (once again) on Nov. 15th.
In the meantime, I want to especially congratulation some especially distinguished and new bloggers:
Fr. Matthew Thurman, of St. Luke’s Mission in Solon, OH, and his blog “30 Days.”
Fr. David Eynon of Annunciation Church in Decatur, IL, and his blog “Shine Within Our Hearts.”
Fr. Seraphim Holland of St. Nicholas Church in McKinney, TX, and his blog “Redeeming the Time.”
Finally, Fr. Athanasios Haros, of Transfiguration Church, Florence, SC, who is the author of the “Be Transfigured” blog. He blogged every single day of our 40 Day Challenge. Fr. Athanasios also blogged on the New Testament Challenge, not an easy thing to do with a full pastoral schedule, let alone to blog on. Frankly, it was a herculean feat!
I want to thank our most experienced bloggers, Fr. James Coles and Fr. Peter Michael Preble, who are very experienced and outstanding bloggers. You added some great inspiration, not only to blogging, but to preaching. More than once I have ‘borrowed’ material from your blogs for my sermons.
In fact, I’ve done that with all our bloggers. Thank you for helping me preach with more excellence.
Most of all, congratulations to all! See you next Nativity Fast!