The Catholic Gene

Today, 03 September 2011, marks the debut of a new blog called The Catholic Gene.

The Catholic Gene

Conceived by noted genealogy blogger Donna Pointkouski and authored by Cecile Marie Agata Wendt Jensen (Ceil) of Polonica Americana Research Institute, Craig Manson of GeneaBlogie, Denise Levenick of The Family Curator, Donna Pointkouski of What’s Past is Prologue, Jasia of Creative Gene, Lisa A. Alzo of The Accidental Genealogist, Lisa (aka Smallest Leaf), Sheri Fenley of The Educated Genealogist, and Stephen Danko of Steve’s Genealogy Blog (that’s me!), this new blog celebrates genealogy and family history from a Catholic perspective.  The footnoteMaven is also expected to participate in The Catholic Gene.

The authors will relate their experiences in family history research, discuss their favorite saints, share their memories of growing up Catholic, and who knows what else.

The Catholic Gene blog is just born today, so don’t expect much content yet.  Be sure, however, to visit the Authors page where you can see the First Holy Communion photos of some of the authors and Wedding photos of the others.

Please come and visit us.  Unlike many of the churches I visited during my recent trip to the Mediterranean, you won’t have to cover your knees and shoulders when you enter The Catholic Gene.  I look forward to being part of this new venture with my fellow authors and you, our readers.  Adeste fidelis!

Copyright © 2011 by Stephen J. Danko

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4 Responses to The Catholic Gene

  1. Mother Sheri will be so happy to hear we don’t have to cover our shoulders and knees…LOL.

  2. Lisa says:

    I’m looking forward to hanging out with you over at The Catholic Gene, Steve!


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