So, how am I doing? Request feedback!

Encouraged by a few positive e-mails, I’ve been trying hard to add some better, more meaningful and interesting content to my web site,, over the past few months.

Here are a few recent posts (of seasonal relevance) that you might enjoy:

O Antiphons
Ember Fasts (including the Rorate Coeli Mass).
The true meaning of Advent
Gaudete Sunday
Fr. Rutler’s thoughts on Gaudete Sunday
Fr. Rutler’s thoughts on Laetare Sunday (of Lent)
No king but Caesar

And some other fun and interesting posts:

Find discounted books on Deal Locker
Winter Bells (game) – You guys will LOVE this! So much fun!
Return of 'for many’
Return of 'I believe’
Spe Salvi
Still the best pornography blocker – ScrubIT
Help with Addictions
Daring Book for Girls and Dangerous Book for Boys
25 skills every man should know
Navigate the night sky
On grammar and right usage
Dark days of a long winter
Into great silence
Healthy Respect

La Sagrada Familia
Via Crucis (Way of the Cross) – especially this one based on The Passion

And lot’s more!

All this in an effort to post more meaningful content on my site. I hope it’s worth it!

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Let me know what you think! I appreciate any and all suggestions to help make the site a better one.

Merry Christmas to everyone :wink:

Looks awesome! I’ll try to read some more! That looks like a good site to add to my sidebar. :slight_smile: :thumbsup:

I voted for the second and last options. :slight_smile:

Thanks! I definitely appreciate that. I’ll return the favor :wink:

Btw, I love Our Lady of Sorrows!

I liked the O Antiphons.

Great color scheme and user interface. I’ll bookmark your site now. Thanks for sharing.

Glad to get some feedback. I noticed a jump in the number of visits to my site over the past couple of weeks… so that’s a good thing! :wink:

Merry Christmas, everyone.

looks good to me:)

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