The press release is out and a few very kind bloggers have mentioned the award. The result, nominations are trickling in. I'll share a few with you in a moment.
The nomination are a way for me to discover innovators that may be off my personal radar screen. So please continue to send in your comments and suggestions.
A sampling of a few nominations that have past through my virtual door:
American Papist - This is not your average Catholic blog, Thomas Peters has launched video news features and is often seen as a go to guy when broadcast media is seeking expert commentary. He makes good use of social media tools. Plus, cool AmP-wear.
SPQN - Naturally, a good nomination. What most in Catholic new media aspire to be.
Konvertitbloggen - 2 men and 2 women, from Sweden and Norway. We follow their way into the catholic church. Their ups and downs and their questions and answers. Yikes, it is written in Swedish...I think. Google translator required.
South African Catholic - Operating in a local church in Crisis, South African Catholic, edited by Apologist: Marc Aupiais, this web site provides researched, and accurate news and media to those with interests in Catholic information. It is an initiative of the acclaimed Scripturelink search engine, rated highly for fidelity by CatholicCulture.org
Catholic Moments - "She has taken her original work (on a website devoted to all things about Catholic mothering) and expanded it to where it now includes a blog, some 20 guest columnists, recorded audio internet programs, video recording, etc. Please consider her work in the new media for people of Catholic faith."
Creative Minority Report - Great name. Tagline = "We Laugh Because We Believe"
Catholic Radio 2.0 - Old media meets new. Said the to be the "The best old-school radio show in a new-media format -- AND it's Catholic!
I'll highlight more in coming days. Keep the nominations coming in!