Don’t forget Twitter!


About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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  1. Raphaela says:

    Noli te sollicitare, Pater. Non obliviscor minurritionum!

    (passer_invenit sum apud

  2. Tina in Ashburn says:

    I\’m there! [finally]

  3. ustalumnus says:

    I am sorry Father, but I cannot see the purpose of twitter. I looks like a huge waste of time.

  4. I signed up for Twitter just because I saw you using it on facebook. I got email messages telling me a number of people are following me at Twitter. But I am still too busy to figure out what is it all about. Anyhow, it’s fun to see what you are up to on facebook. God bless.

  5. Irenaeus says:

    how do I find fr Z on facebook?

  6. ustalumnus: I cannot see the purpose of twitter

    Then I suggest you don’t use it!

  7. ustalumus says:

    Fr. John Zuhlsdorf: “Then I suggest you don’t use it!”

    Thanks Father, I won’t.

  8. Tina in Ashburn says:

    Iranaeus: You can find anyone on Facebook by searching on their name, or whichever name they go by on FB.

  9. Limbo says:

    He rocks in the tree-top all a day long
    Hoppin’ and a-boppin’ and a-singin’ the song
    All the little birds on J-Bird St.
    Love to hear the robin goin’ tweet tweet tweet

    Rockin’ robin (tweet tweet tweet)
    Rockin’ robin (tweet tweet tweet)
    Oh rockin’ robin well you really gonna rock tonight

  10. Limbo says:

    …and if you want to sing along

  11. Felicitas says:

    I want to thank Fr. Z for introducing me to Twitter. I signed up, installed a standalone app that receives tweets without having to keep refreshing in the browser, discovered that several of my favorite bloggers use Twitter and also some interesting writers and friends. Twitter is not useless and a waste of time; for me it actually saves time. So – thank you, Fr. Z!

  12. Irenaeus: how do I find fr Z on facebook?

    I found Fr Z on facebook by searching his email address which you can found on the upper left corner of this blog. Fr Z has a lot of friends there, is like a network for good Catholics.

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