A while back I started moving the blog comments over to some online software called Disqus. I have finally finished the installation. This move will enable me as blog owner to better moderate comments and encourage lively debates. It will also give you the option to create an account and be able to edit your own comments. Many other sites use Disqus and so you'll be able to keep control over your online comments.
Here's what Disqus is all about...
Disqus (dis·cuss • d?-sk?s') is all about changing the way people think about discussion on the web. We're big believers in the conversations and communities that form on blogs and other sites.
I've also posted a generic posting policy to lay down some ground rules to help encourage good discussions.
Blog Comment Policy
Comments are welcomed and encouraged on this site, but there are some instances where comments will be edited or deleted as follows:
- Comments deemed to be spam or questionable spam will be deleted. Including a link to relevant content is permitted, but comments should be relevant to the post topic.
- Comments including profanity will be deleted.
- Comments containing language or concepts that could be deemed offensive will be deleted.
- Comments that attack a person individually will be deleted.
The owner of this blog reserves the right to edit or delete any comments submitted to this blog without notice. This comment policy is subject to change at anytime.
My friend Joe at Defend Us In Battle decided to share this video he created for a young Catholic group he works with. I'm glad he did.
Here's a blurb about the video...
We Are Catholic.
It isn't something we 'do', it is who WE ARE.
We are something positive, wonderful, and special.
We are loyal to the Church, to the Pope, our tradition, and our God.
Hopefully this video will do its small part in leading you towards the truth of the One True Faith. I pray that it gives you hope and fills you with joy. Please share it or use it for educational and evangelization purposes!
Posted on the Feast of St. Augustine
Michael Voris has a message for the Catholic Media and Bloggers titled "Corapi and the Blogs".
I share the opinion of Voris. I don't know the details of the case with Fr. Corapi and I will continue to pray for him. There have been alot of negative comments on blog posts and articles, as well as negative blog posts themselves about the situation. I'm not quite sure what to think of the Black Sheep Dog yet, but he'll be in my prayers!
This looks like quite an upgrade and it now has built-in many features that I've been using multiple plugin's to do. This should be very cool.
Read 2.5 Sneak Peek at WordPress.org
I wish I had more time that I could beta test it...
WOW! After experimenting with various types of personal websites for years, I managed to stay with this version for a whole year!
In 2007 look for...
- more photos...
- more links...
- more useless knowledge...
- and more craziness!
As always you can post comments if you wish or send me any cool stuff you think I should post here. Thanks for visiting!
See everyone has a blog! Follow Catholic Archbishop of Boston Cardinal Sean O'Malley on his latest visit to Rome. Lots of cool photos including a bunch from the Padre Pio celebration!