Sorry to disrupt the flow of French month with a non-France related post, but this is important as it concerns the website edition of this blog that I have been trying to get up and running all spring. As of now, the backbone of the new site is up, domain name is registered (www.unamsanctamcatholicam.com), but nothing is up yet. In the coming months, I will be working on artwork and content.
In the first place, I am putting out another call for potential contributors. Whether you have your own blog or just like to write? I am look for two or three contributors to write articles on the new website. The content can be just about anything: economics, history, theology, liturgy, apologetics, almost anything as long as it is from a Catholic point of view. Articles must be written well and properly cited, if you use quotes.
Second, the new website will have a store, but I want to make it a very unique store where there are a lot of good, quality books and such that cannot be purchased elsewhere, especially well-done, self-published works. Do you have a self-published book on a Catholic related topic or know somebody who does? Or maybe you know of a book that has already been published but is very obscure or has been blacklisted from mainstream publishers. If you know of anything like this, please bring it to my attention for possible inclusion into the store. Unpublished dissertations and master's theses are also good sources that can be turned into books easily.
Finally, if you do art or are proficient in Photoshop and would be interested in contributing something to the new site, please let me know - there will be plenty of opportunities.
Thanks everybody for patronizing this blog and encouraging me in this endeavor. If you want to volunteer to help, leave your contact information and a brief summary of what you'd like to do in the com-box (I won't publish them).