Episcopal Cafe has published some notes on its activities last year. They reveal a very health site, with lots of activity. EC is one of the reasons I rest easier in writing on Preludium. They cover much of the Anglican / Episcopal landscape is ways I never could hope to, or even want to. Their editorial approach is well grounded and clear. They are an example of how a ministry of communication can be done in The Episcopal Church from other than "official" channels. And I really like the four part grid of information paths.
So here is to Episcopal Cafe. Of course I am biased. I note the following from their article on Numbers with pride:
referring blogs were Thinking Anglicans (17,377), Kendall Harmon
(13,849), Mark Harris (13,332) and Text Week (6,991)"
Glad to be a referring blog, even if I follow after the esteemed Kendall Harmon in pointing the way.