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Sunday, August 13, 2006
More Editing...

I found an excellent organization called Concerned Roman Catholics for America, Inc. It is a website that works to keep the Church holy and stop the watering down of the faith. I strongly encourage all of you to go to the website and sign the petition to help Fr. Altier.

I was so impressed by their mission statement, that I adapted it for my blog. Please read my updated Purpose Statement; I hope you agree with my opinions. And I hope all of my readers will continue supporting my blog.

I also spent this afternoon updating old articles of mine. I plan on re-reading each of the nearly 2000 articles on my blog and editing them. I'm trying to put in more images, citations from the CCC and scripture, links, and in-depth explanations that are clearer to understand. I want this blog to be used as a reference for years to come, even after I stop blogging. That is why I want all of my past articles to be written very well. I just finished going through my posts under June 2005.

If you have time please just browse through my June 2005 archives and comment on anything that catches your interest. In an effort to improve this blog, please email me or leave in the comments box the url for any posts you want to be updated and explained better. Also, let me know if you have any suggestions on how to improve my blog in general. You may also send me your comments on posts you believe are already very good and do not need to be edited.

I appreciate any comments that I will receive!


del_button August 14, 2006 at 12:45 AM
RobK said...

Be careful, please.  Dissent comes from both the right as well as the left. Your reference to the CRCOA suprised me after I visited their site. I live on the border of Orange and LA diocese - this is my home turf and know parishes in both diocese. I am no fan of the current LA Cardinal – in fact, I don't know why JPII made him a cardinal. Many years ago, I went to the CCD congress and it is not a hot bed of heresy - though reasonable catholics do disagree on some issues. But the group you reference is off base (not on everything, but on enough of it).

There is a tremendous article by Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI (BTW, he has a lot of tremendous articles). 
I hope you read it.  We have a religion that includes both Ignatius Press AND
the Catholic Worker - and they have something to say to one another (and us). Both Michael Moore AND Mel Gibson are Catholics inspired by their faith - and that is wonderful. I tend to the Ignatius Press side, so I am not coming at this from the left, but the true path has two sides - and we can fall off either one.

I have been thinking about these issues for a while and I am going to post something on this topic in a couple days. I hope you'll read it.

del_button August 14, 2006 at 12:36 PM
Jennifer said...

I went through your first month of posts and left a few comments.

I personally love the quotes, the prayers, and the apologetics you write about.

I recently read all your blog this past week to copy stuff down and you have done an excellent job. I love how you talk about stuff (indulgences, Tuesdays for Our Mother of Perputal Help) that is not emphasized as much in the Church.

del_button August 14, 2006 at 12:42 PM
Moneybags said...

I'm going to go through and read all of your comments, Jennifer. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL THE SUPPORT YOU GIVE ME.

Rob, Thank you for your comment too. I will keep your advice in mind.

del_button December 31, 2006 at 12:06 PM
Anonymous said...

More great archive audio homilies of Fr. Altier have been found

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