My wife asked me why I changed the blog look. I still don’t like the big list of pages at the top, but at least it’s not obscuring the design. And readers have more organization for some of our topics here. So there’s that. I often wonder how this all looks on pads and smartphones. I have yet to acquire either, and it’s hard for me to imagine not having a physical keyboard on which to type. (The clicking of keys is so pleasing.)
I still have a few openings for this year’s Two Weeks of Worthy Women. Last year’s series is here.
I do like the cleaner look of those archived posts, like on that link.
Getting back to the women, that series will kick off a week from Friday, continuing daily with what I think will be interesting and informative mini-biographies of women who suffered deprivation of religious freedom, sometimes at the hands of the very Church to which they showed devotion, loyalty, and love.
A few guest writers will be providing posts. I hope to organize them a bit better this year, giving you a Brit on June 22nd, a Canadian on July 1st, and finishing off with a worthy American on Independence Day. I plan to include one or two Biblical heroines, plus a few women from outside Roman Catholicism.