Welcome to the Catholic Geeks!

Pardon the dust as we move things around. We’ll get that squared away soon.

This site is an ambitious project: getting a bunch of Catholic geeks together to write blog posts. (Okay, that sounds really simple when I put it that way, but trust me, it’s still ambitious. Have you tried herding cats recently?) In essence, the blog is about Catholic stuff, or geeky stuff, or geeky Catholic stuff; but that all covers a wide range of topics, so even we aren’t sure what’s going to happen!

Some of us are gamers. Some of us are anime geeks. Some of us are martial artists. Some are specialists, generalists, or just plain enthusiasts. We’re artists, writers, singers, dancers, and more. There are only two guarantees: we’re all Catholics, and we’re all geeks. If either topic interests you, then this is a blog to watch.

This project got started in large part because many of us became friends on Facebook, and the joking title “The Catholic League of Catholics” was born as others started noticing the vocal papists in our various groups and discussions. We recently decided to formalize the Geek Division of the CLoC using this blog. Next month, we’re even launching a Blog Talk Radio show, which will be managed by founding CG member Declan Finn.

Interesting times are ahead of us.

Introíbo ad altáre Dei.
Ad Deum qui lætíficat juventútem meam.

About Matthew Bowman

Matthew Bowman is a traditionally-minded Catholic convert and freelance science fiction and fantasy editor, which means that he's in high demand in a small population. Fortunately, he loves talking about stories. And Catholicism. And history. And philosophy. And lots of other stuff.
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