For the period October 29 – November 29, the following articles registered as top 10 most read articles in Mystical Geek (Squarespace)
- Christ the King in the Catechism — Oct. 14, 2010
- To Seek and Save What Was Lost — Nov. 15, 2005
- The Apostolic Exhortation “Verbum Domini” — Nov. 13, 2010
- Deny Yourself, Take Up the Cross and Follow Me — Dec. 9, 2009
- Peter Brown on the Divjak Letters and Dolbeau Sermons — Aug. 13, 2008
- BEC and Scriptures: The Questions We Ask — Aug. 1, 2010
- Outlining a Bible Passage IV: Working On Themes — Sept. 12, 2009
- With St. Monica and St. Augustine in the Household of God — Aug. 17, 2010
- How To Become a Priest I — June 23, 2005
- The Story of Zacchaeus in the Catechism — October 25, 2010
The article on “The Divjak Letters and Dolbeau Sermons” has been a perennial favorite because of a link posted in an external forum. The article on “Christ the King” still reflects the hits it received in and around the feast of Christ the King which fell on November 21 this year. The same goes with the story of Zacchaeus and its related article “To Seek and Save What Was Lost”. The Zacchaeus story was read for the 31st Sunday (October 31, 2010).
The blog for the Apostolic Exhortation “Verbum domini” is one of the more recent internet events that Catholics would find relevant for many more days to come. Surprising, however, is the reception being received by the post entitled “Deny Yourself, Take Up the Cross and Follow Me” which deals with Augustine’s Sermon 96. It is a sermon that explains Mark 8:34. Another article that has been receiving consistent hits recently is “BEC and Scriptures: The Questions We Ask”. The article “Outlining a Bible Passage IV” is linked from the Bible Workshop and therefore its presence in the top list of Mystical Geek isn’t surprising. “How to Become a Priest I” has increasingly received hits since the time I posted it (June 2005). This indicates that it has rivalled or at least supplanted altogether the Iglesya ni Cristo blog post which bears the same title1.
- FYI: Since 2005 more Catholic websites have been publishing articles on the priesthood and discerning vocations to the priesthood, so much so that any attempt by a non-Catholic to misrepresent the Catholic priesthood through a blog post or web page will have to contend with hundreds of other writers on the subject. [↩]
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