Catholic Roundup 84 with Greg Willits

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In this Episode of the Catholic Roundup:

Sadly this week, Guadalupe Radio Network cancelled GRNalive .  Thanks to Dan Sealana and all the GRNalive crew for producing an innovative and lively program.  I hope they continue their ministry as a podcast.

This week the Catholicblogosphere has been alight on the topic of modest dress and whether women should wear pants or skirts.  I personally can’t see why this would be an issue.  If a woman wants to dress modestly, there are suitable choices in either pants or skirts.  Simcha Fisher had 3 excellent posts where a lively discussion took place.

  1. Pants: A Manifesto
  2. Pants Pass
  3. WWMD

The bulk of the episode is an interview with Greg Willits from The Catholics Next Door and The Rosary Army about striving for quality in Catholic new media, on forming local Catholic media users groups and much more…
Atlanta Catholic Media Users Group– First meeting on Thursday, 23 September 2010 at 7 pm EST.  Taco Mac – 1211 Ashford Crossing, Atlanta, Georgia 30346

Ontario Catholic Media Makers Facebook Group.  Please join the Facebook group and join the discussion on when we can have a meetup.

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  • Kevin  On September 27, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    hi your feedback number doesn’t work tried reaching you

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    What a drag. I have had that K7 number for over 3 years. I must have forgot to call in this month so they may have cancelled it. Try email catholicroundup@gmail.com .

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