No Longer Pups

No Longer Pups

Godzdogz is currently marking a number of important milestones.

We recently celebrated our 4th birthday. The first post was published on 7 November 2006. It announced the arrival of Godzdogz and explained a bit about its name and its purpose: read it again here.

We are just two short of our 1,000th post which will be published probably in the first week of Advent: we will let you know which one it is.

We also recently welcomed our 500,000th unique visitor. At present about 1,000 people a day visit Godzdogz. One of the most fascinating things about our visitors is their diversity and spread. We have visitors from every continent and it is especially heartening to see visitors from countries such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, and The People’s Republic of China.

Many interesting comments and questions have been sent to us. Only a few comments have ever been rejected for publication, for reasons which we imagine most people would understand.

Twenty six Dominicans have at one time or another been part of the Godzdogz team (only fr Vivian Boland and fr Lawrence Lew remain of the original 2006-07 team) and we have been pleased to publish contributions by Dominican brothers and sisters, and others, from different parts of the world. The blog has expanded into the realms of YouTube, social-networking, and podcasting.
We thank you for your support, comments, encouragement, and prayers, and we hope that you will continue to be with us in our mission on the “new digital continent.”

During Advent, Fr Vivian Boland the master of students and editor of the blog, will offer Mass for the intentions of all who visit Godzdogz.

The Godzdogz team consists of student brothers studying at Blackfriars Studium in Oxford.