Friday, September 07, 2007

what i'm up to... and a new blog

You may have noticed, if you are gracious enough to be a regular reader of this blog, that I have not been writing much lately. This is due largely to the fact that I have just been made a rector (thank you; thank you), and have anyway been busy with parochial work.

It is also due to the fact that I have been working on a new blog project. This one is a collaborative effort of catholic-minded "communion conservatives". The new blog is much better than Whitehall. I encourage you to visit it here: Covenant Communion.

Does this mean that Whitehall is going away? That is not my intention. I am certainly not going to delete it any time soon. But I would encourage you to visit Covenant-Communion, and tell your friends to visit it too. It is a large collaborative effort and, it seems to me, has much potential.


sam said...

Hello, Father. Funny, but it took this popping up in Google Reader for me to make the connection between you (via the new blog) and your blog here, which I've been reading for a while. Who knew the internet was such a small place?

Andy said...

Good call on the new blog. This is better than I envisioned.

I look forward to reading it!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations are in order on being called as rector.

Being the squeaky wheel that I am, I thought I'd direct you to this article that touches on our discussion concerning the place of Canterbury in Anglicanism

I'll read the new blog.

John+ said...

It is a good site, but why no female presence or the presence of a person of color. Is it just another of the 'Good Ole Boys' clubs?


father wb said...


First of all, at last count there were two women who write for the site.

Secondly, I don't know why everyone is white. I wondered the same thing about my seminary (Berkeley).

If you only read blogs that have non-white authors, I'm sorry. We'll miss you.

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