You have arrived at the main page of a mostly-inactive site. That said, there are no plans to dismantle, edit, or further organize the posts assembled under the header. Most people visit to find or get advice about Scripture readings for their funerals or weddings. If you are such a surfer, I hope you find what you need. If you write a question in the comment form provided, I cannot guarantee I will see or respond quickly. Better is to look to the sidebar on the right and contact me personally. I respond to email within a day, usually. Best is to review the readings, then consult your priest, minister, or loved ones and move from there.
In 2003, others began to come here to read or to be bothered by an alternative to the Catholic blogosphere of the time, a place I found to be earnest, striving for truth, but unfailing conservative. Like a person hopping around on one leg.
That web setting has changed over the years. Bloggers have come and gone. Some voices are softer, and new harsh tones are easy enough to find and feed. I once read or tracked a few dozen sites regularly. These days, just a few.
My hope for this site for a period of about three to ten years ago was to attract a few friends, not necessarily like-minded, to present an online voice that was sensibly Catholic. A collaborative and creative effort of some kind never quite materialized. And for the past few years, I’ve toyed with the idea of shutting things down, or at minimum, walking away from daily writing here.
Other efforts beckon, so there it is.