Posted by: Bro Jer | December 12, 2010

Catholic New Media Advent with and 5thousand

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This being Guadete Sunday, we have not one but two advent calendar treats for you.

Today Dane Faulkner, and the crew at  DivineOffice.Org bring us a reflection on the significance of Guadete Sunday, the third Sunday in Advent.  Be sure to check out DivineOffice.Org, a wonderful ministry helping people to pray the liturgy of the hours.

Bryan Murdaugh is no stranger to the Catholic Roundup.  He graciously offered one of his songs for our theme song. You can find his weekly contemporary arrangements of the Sunday Responsorial Psalms at Modern Psalter Blog and Podcast. He has been involved with the Catholic New Media Advent Calendar for all 3 years.  Check out his 2008 and 2009 submissions.  Bryan  has a conference ministry called 5Thousand, together with Mike Sylvester. This weekend, Mike and Bryan prepared an Advent video reflection from their booth at the National Conference on Catholic Youth Ministry.  Watch for a special guest appearance by Kyle from Popple.





Bonus: An original song for Advent by Kyle from Popple from last year’s advent calendar.
Join us tomorrow for more reflections produced by great Catholic

New Media personalities as we journey through the advent.

  1. Send me your feedback on the blog at by email at> or by calling 206-666-7374 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              206-666-7374      end_of_the_skype_highlighting.


  2. Go to the Catholic New Media Advent Calendar

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