- Piety for the Dead in Merry England
- Archbishop Aelfsige Dies in the Alps
- The Strange Tale of Moses of Crete
- Ostrich Eggs in the Liturgy
- The Legend of St. Maternus
- Vignettes of Fulda Monastery
- The Brotherhood of St. John the Evangelist of Death
- St. Anthony and the Miser's Heart
- Gregory the Great's Reform of the Sacrament of Penance
- The Manila Synod of 1582
- The Cathach of St. Columba
- Demonic Impregnation: Incubi and Succubi
- Why is St. Therese Called the "Little Flower"?
- St. Hildegard on Gemstones
- The Author of Dei Verbum Speaks
- Balthasar Denies Christ's Beatific Vision
- Watchers and Nephilim
- Council Fathers on Ambiguity in Vatican II
- The Exorcism of Nicola Aubrey
- Roman Rota on the Ends of Marriage
- Christianity and Mithraism
- The Truth About Priestly Celibacy in the Early Church
- Contradictions in the New Testament?
- The Obedience of Athanasius
- Ecclesiastical Property Ownership in the Middle Ages
- Death Penalty and Retributive Justice
- Deconstructing the Documentary Hypothesis
- Humility and Station in Life
- Anti-Catholicism in the Salem Witch Trials
- Crusaders and Conversion
- The Lost Legacy of John XXIII
- "Sign of Discord": Two Bishops in the Seat of Peter
- Glosses Reveal a Gnostic Luther
- Obscure Saints
If you are having trouble finding an old article, I recommend using the search function. If the search function turns up nothing, it's probably I haven't migrated that specific article yet, in which case try back later; I hope to have everything migrated by September.
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Finding Content on the New Site
Instead, I have chosen to structure the new site more like a Wiki or encyclopedia. You will notice, if you go to the homepage, each time you refresh the homepage, it will display a selection of articles chosen at random. Don't worry, though; there are several ways to find content, including tags, "recent posts," and the search function. I put together a video explaining how to navigate the new site and have embedded it below. If you've been a frequent visitor to the Unam Sanctam Catholicam website in the past, you might want to watch the video below (6+ minutes), since you might find the new layout very different from the previous.
One final word—
As you probably know, Unam Sanctam Catholicam is 100% independent. We don't have advertisers; we have no sponsors. Except for free will donations (which we solicit very rarely), we take in no revenue. We have no advertising budget. The extent of the advertising I do is restricted to whatever I post on the USC Facebook page.
And now I ask again for one simple favor to help the new site get on its feet: because the URLs are all different, Google has not quite picked up on the new site yet. I've got the crawlers going over it, but still, the traffic to the new site is only a fraction of old site because it is so new. And the old site is still showing up all the time on Google searches despite being offline for a month. In your charity, please send some time clicking around on the new site. Explore it, read some articles, share something on social media. This will help get the word out and build those new pathways to give the site a boost in the algorithm.
Also, I'm still working on a few glitches, so please forgive if you see something a little off. I assure you I am working on it.
Thanks for sticking with me on this long journey. In your mercy, pray for my poor soul. As always, if you want to contact me, I can be reached at email@example.com.