Where is my thread? <== PLS READ THIS BEFORE YOU START A NEW THREAD


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First check to make sure another thread has not already been started on the topic and that you are placing your thread in the correct forum. The moderator will not move your thread for you after the fact.

Threads here must begin with a link to a news article and the title of the thread must be the same as the news article, as per forum rules. See the forum rules posted at the top of the forum for more information.

Threads in the In the News sub-forums must begin with a recent news article. Avoid blogs or commentaries.

Guidelines on posting news articles to Catholic Answer Forums:
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*]Stay on the topic of the forum you are posting in. If you are going to post an article, make sure you are placing it in the correct forum.
*]Post recent news articles
*]Always link to a reliable news source (avoid blogs) No conspiracy sites, please
*]Use the original title. When you post an article, be sure to use the original title in the subject of your post. This helps users find the article and lessens the chance of a double post.
*]Always provide a link to a publically available news source.
*]Avoid quoting from copyrighted works. Instead, paraphrase what is said and provide a link. If you do quote, limit your quotes to one to three paragraphs.
*]Do not post articles that make personal attacks or are in other ways inappropriate for the CA forums.
*]Do not post political cartoons.
*]Since the News forums are supposed to be about national and world news that is of interest to Catholics as Catholics, we would prefer that all news stories that are posted be at least tangentially related to Catholic doctrine or morals Where tie in to Catholic doctrine or morals in the thread may not be obvious to the moderating staff, please explain it in the body of your original post. This will help in our moderating the forum.
[/LIST]It is very common in the forum for people to accuse critics of President Obama of racism. It is unproductive and as a general rule not allowed in the forum.

Threads that do not comply will be removed, often without notification to the person who put the thread up. It is assumed that members read the forum rules before participating.

Thank you for your cooperation.


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Negative and rude comments toward CAF members, clergy (deacons, priests and bishops) or toward religious and religious orders are banned.

Everyone, online and offline, deserves to be spoken to and about respectfully. However, some posters seem to feel that clergy and religious are fair game.

If you have an issue with them, take it up in private, not on this forum or any of our forums.

You may cite something from another source, if you are not using it to further an agenda. Agenda posting is not allowed.

If we deem that you are disrespectful to our clergy and religious, you will receive an infraction or even a ban.

Proof what you write before you post.

You may not make disparaging remarks about:

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*]Vatican II
*]Clergy (deacons, priests and bishops) of any group
*]Religious (brothers, sisters, and nuns) of any order or congregation
*]Lawful actions and disciiplines by the Church including the historical excommunication of the SSPX. It happened. Rome explained why it happened. End of story. Rome did not put it out there for debate by the faithful.
*]Another poster or his/her ideas. You can disagree. You cannot attack,insult, ridicule or dismiss as unimportant. His opinion is as important to him as your opinion is to you.
*]Parishes, pastors, civil leaders.
*]Other religions – if you’re unsure how to speak in public about other faiths, look at the Pope Benedict XVI. He is fraternal, polite, and intellectual in discussing religious differences.
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Avoid arguments that will lead to violations of charity. You don’t have to like what you read and others do not have to like what you post. But you must be civil toward each other and those who are not on the forum.


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The rules for starting new threads in the In the News sub forums; to post a thread the first post should:

  1. Start with a news story from a reliable public news site, not a blog or a commentary
  2. The title of the thread matches the title of the news article
  3. The post doesn’t violate any of the rules on charity or any other forum rule.

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Please search for the topic you are going to post about. Do not start a new thread if the topic is already being discussed. Instead add your thoughts as a post to the older thread.


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