Traditional Catholicism becomes Traditional Christianity

One of my favorite blogs, Traditional Catholicism, is shutting down, but fortunately it’s being reincarnated as Traditional Christianity.  Ordinarily, I’m against ecumenical gestures (and to relieve any worried Catholic readers,  the name change wasn’t the result of an apostasy), but I wish Alte and the gang the best of luck.  (Not that they’ll need it:  they’re already raked in over a hundred comments on their first post!)

Also, rkirk (in his Metternich persona) has struck again at Alternative Right, this time arguing that it would actually be better for American conservatives if Barack Obama wins reelection.

6 Responses

  1. We were both getting too busy to manage solo-blogs so teaming up with some like-minded others helps keep things going without overly burdening one individual. The fact that it is ecumenical wasn’t the intention it just so happened that a few of the like-minded others were protestants.

  2. Thanks for the link.

  3. Spent some time there, and it looks really good.

    Good also to see that the network around them is linking — and that they are on the 1st page of Google already.

  4. As I noted in the comment section (TL;DR), there will still be Catholic-flavored posts, but there will also be Protestant-flavored posts, and that’s fine with me. Competition and controversy is good, and drives up the ratings.

  5. Morticia,

    Weren’t you “Paige” until just recently? What’s up with that?

  6. I’m just trying to be a bit more anonymous since the new blog gets a lot more hits than my old one.

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