Looking over the WordPress dashboard is fascinating–much more advanced than what the old blogspot had to offer. Every so often CS gets a link at newadvent.net or .org. We had a nice influx of a few hundred visits from there the past few days on the “Marriage After Death” post, which I thought was more of a “direct your attention to what other people are saying about it” kind of offering.
They don’t link Neil too often, which is an error, I think. Neil offers original material or he offers others’ insights with his own commentary. Friends of the ConcordPastor also brought in several dozen visitors. Wouldn’t surprise me if his site visits surpass ours here. If so, good for him.
By the time we get past this week’s USCCB meeting, we’ll know if we have a new sacred music document for the nation. Depending on the availability of a text, I might start a look at MCW and LMT as sort of a prelude to SttL.
But I’m not sure. So many Vatican documents still await us, especially the various rites of the Church: infant baptism, confirmation, dedication of a church, ordination, not to mention RCIA, funerals, and pastoral care of the sick.
I find it amazing I’m still getting a handful of posts on the Rite of Marriage daily. When I googled “rite of marriage” today, I was at 22nd and 23rd place on the listing.