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Jim Garlits is a Catholic revert who works at National Guard Bureau in Arlington, Virginia.  He is a husband and father of four.  He and his wife Tawnya roast their own coffee and enjoy exploring the oddities of Old Town Alexandria when the kids are in school. He blogs at Uncommon Sense.

Top 10 Catholic Blogs

Jim Garlits is a Catholic revert who works at National Guard Bureau in Arlington, Virginia.  He is a husband and father of four.  He and his wife Tawnya roast their own coffee and enjoy exploring the oddities of Old Town Alexandria when the kids are in school. He blogs at Uncommon Sense.

American Papist

Recently absorbed by Catholic Vote Action, AP reflects Mike Peters' sharp sense of humor, candid posts of all things concerning Catholics in our politics and culture, and regularly features "Papist Picture of the Day" where he solicits witty captions to photos that could be taken more than one way (always clean).

Creative Minority Report

This site's motto, "we laugh because we believe" gives a good summary of its position in the Catholic blogosphere. Always relevant and most often good for a hearty chuckle, CMR is among the best of the best.

Domine, da mihi hanc aquam!

The daily musings of a witty Dominican priest, Fr. Powell delights and surprises on a regular basis. Not to be missed are his "coffee bowl browsings."

Faith and Family Live

Full of resources for living out the Faith.

Overheard in the Sacristy

With a keen focus on the traditional, Overheard is dedicated to the restoration of Catholic identity, something that has been "overclouded" in recent years.

Standing on My Head

Three words: Father Longenecker's Homilies. Everything else is icing.

The Black Biretta

Fr. Trigilio's blog. I discovered it, I loved it, I'm giving it ink here. Check him out.

The Hermeneutic of Continuity

Placing itself squarely in the Holy Father's corner with regards to the continuity of Catholic Tradition, Fr. Finigan writes from the parish of Our Lady of the Rosary in Blackfen, UK.

What Does the Prayer Really Say?

Father Zuhlsdorf (Fr. Z) regularly puts the English prayers of the modern Missal under a Latinist's scrutiny to give us the precise meanings.

Whispers in the Loggia

Rocco Palmo used to write "contra" for the Tablet (or the Bitter Pill, as Fr. Z calls it) and is one of the Web's younger Catholic bloggers who consistently does a fine job. Whispers shines with the vibrancy of Palmo's youth.

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