Friday, April 9, 2010

Starting Monday: Blog-alogue with Paul Brian Campbell, S.J.

Glory be! After months of chatting via various media, Paul Brian Campbell, S.J., VP for Mission, Identity, and Online Community at Loyola Press suggested we engage in a public blog-alogue during Easter.

Can't remember if he said, "during Easter" or "let's get through Holy Week." In either event, we've made the journey through Holy Week, proclaimed "He is Risen!" and are now geared up to hunker down for a blog-alogue starting Monday, April 12. Here's the drill:

We've developed five questions for one another to answer. My questions for Paul and his answers will appear right here. His questions for me and my answers will appear over at his blog, People for Others.* Our responses will also appear as blog posts rather than in the comments box. We're hoping you'll use the comments box on both of blogs to join our conversation.

Just a guess, but due to our gift of gab and no shortage of opinions, this week-long event could possibly last until Jesus comes again in glory to judge the living and the dead. World without end.

*Note this note from his blog: Although he is a member of the Society of Jesus [Jesuits], the views he expresses in this blog are not necessarily those of the Jesuits or Loyola Press.


  1. What very wonderful news this is. I just started reading People for Others.

    Looking forward to this!

  2. I'm looking forward to this exchange of lively minds!

  3. Was that last sentence supposed to be "world without end" or "WORD without end" :)?

    Looking forward to the discussion


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