The Thirteen Blogs of Christmas: 2011
Published on: December 24, 2011
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  • WigWag

    Merry Christmas, Professor Mead and thank you for the gift of your entertaining and informative blog.

  • Lexington Green

    May the Holy Spirit speak through you for the good of many souls in the blogosphere. I always enjoy your Christmas posts.

  • Kansas Scott

    Merry Christmas (and thank you)!

  • peter lawler
  • Jim.

    Merry Christmas, Professor Mead, and remember that many of us without your talents for communication are praying for your efforts to introduce Christianity to those who would otherwise pay it no attention.

  • Hu Ngu

    Many thanks for sharing you life’s work.
    Happy Christmas.

  • Kris

    As a Merry Christmas, a link to the famous Hallelujah Chorus flash mob. A brilliantly evangelical performance (intentional or otherwise) for the believers, and merely great music for the others.

  • Xpat

    Merry Christmas!

    By the way, the Yule Blogging link in the first paragraph does not work for me. How does one get to Prof. Mead’s Yule Blog?

  • Xpat

    Never mind. I think I get it, now: regular blog, yule topics.

  • Gary L

    During 2011, Via Meadia joined Instapundit & Real Clear Politics as the websites I visit each day without fail. I wish a Very Merry Christmas to Professor Mead and to all who dwell within the confines of the stately Mead Manor. And even if 2012 turns out to be a less-than-happy New Year, it will be a much better understood year with the wisdom & acumen that Via Meadia so abundantly dispenses.

    • Walter Russell Mead

      @Gary L: Right back at you, and thanks for the kind words. Via Meadia readership quadrupled in 2011, so you are not alone. We hope to do an even better job in 2012.

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