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Some Minor Housekeeping

October 11, 2016 | 3 Comments

This past month has been very busy, in fact, this entire year has been much busier than last. And for that, I haven’t had as much time to write as I would like. I’m hoping that starting from this time forward that will change.

Synod of the Family

About a year ago, I committed to publishing articles three times a week. For a couple of months, I was mostly successful in this endeavor, but to be honest, it was easy to write with the Synod on the Family going on around the same time, and numerous scandals breaking on a regular basis. Eventually, I burned out and never got back into publishing on a regular basis. Additionally, my wife and I had a new baby girl in the early Spring and had had our hands full.

However, I want to write more, in fact, I think about articles to write all the time, but time is limited.

My current plan is to post full-fledged articles on Tuesdays and Thursdays going forward. Additionally, I will also share thoughts other days. These posts will be much smaller and hopefully, inspire all of you to live a holier Catholic life.

For those of you who visit this blog, I thank you for your commitment even with all of my sporadic posting. I do hope that I can keep up with the writing and not fizzle out.

Remember to live a holy life, pray the Rosary daily, and frequent the Sacraments. Live a life pleasing to God so that you may spend eternity with Him in Heaven.

3 people are talking about “Some Minor Housekeeping

  1. Congratulations on the blessings you have received! I can appreciate your perspective as I struggle with keeping the personal commitment to publish on my blog on a consistent basis. If you want, please visit my blog lifeintervening.blogspot.com and if there is anything I can do, like guest-blogging on Catholic topics, I am happy to help. God bless you for your time and energy and your insights into staying Catholic in these very unstable times!

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