I'm going to make a Catholic blog. I'd appreciate some feedback.
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(06-10-2016, 08:51 PM)Share Love Wrote: Here is my first blog post!

https://catholicverve.wordpress.com/2016...-miracles/

Very nice!  How do you like the Wordpress system?
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(06-11-2016, 05:12 AM)Share Love Wrote: https://catholicverve.wordpress.com/2016...ous-image/

Nice 2d post, Share Love. I had no idea about the eyes of the image of Our Lady on the tilma. Thanks for posting it. I look forward to more posts.
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#13
You have just received a new follower, Share Love :)

Welcome to WordPress and to the Catholic Blogosphere!


(When dry and out of subjects to cover in your blog, a.k.a "Writer's block", try to do a some sort of writing exercise. Write anything that pops out of your mind.)

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#14
Bookmarked! Hope to see more posts soon.
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(06-11-2016, 10:01 AM)Pilgrim Wrote:
(06-10-2016, 08:51 PM)Share Love Wrote: Here is my first blog post!

https://catholicverve.wordpress.com/2016...-miracles/

Very nice!  How do you like the Wordpress system?
I'm really enjoying it! It's been really fun to compile all these ideas and make articles! I'm still getting the hang of some of the mechanics, but I'm catching on. :)

Sir Charles Napier: I'm glad you like it! You're welcome. I'm getting my next articles set up. The next ones to be published will be on the Shroud of Turin, the Brown Scapular, and the custom of veiling.

Neopelagianus: Thank you very much for the follow and the welcome! That's good advice to combat writer's block. I currently have the front and back of one page, plus a little bit of a second page, full of topics I would like to cover. I'm adding to it as I think of more.

JohnTherese: Thank you for taking a look and bookmarking! I will have more articles up shortly!
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#16
I ask this not to be unkind of inconsiderate, but to play devil's advocate. Do you know what your blog would contain that would be novel or more interesting-- or challenging--compared to all the other Catholic blogs out there? I echo the question from the first response-- what motivates you to write a blog?
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Introvert: To be perfectly honest, aside from having a more old school focus (Tridentine Mass, etc), I'm not sure...yet. I'll give it some thought! As for my motivation, I want to help inform people. There are so many Catholics who haven't been catechized well, or who don't know all these great gifts of our faith. The "Verve" in the title means enthusiasm. I want Catholics to get enthusiastic about their faith, or to grow more enthusiastic if they already are. There are so many wonderful things to be grateful for and excited about.

Also, this just in!

https://catholicverve.wordpress.com/2016...f-veiling/

Edit: https://catholicverve.wordpress.com/2016...-scapular/
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#18
I hope you guys don't mind if I continue to post my new articles here. I'm really excited about blogging!

https://catholicverve.wordpress.com/2016...he-rosary/

I'm going to save the article about the Shroud of Turin for later. I want to work on a Miraculous Medal article next.
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#19
And it's up! :)

https://catholicverve.wordpress.com/2016...ous-medal/

Edit: this just in!

https://catholicverve.wordpress.com/2016...he-papacy/
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#20
I like the way your blog looks.

I'm not sure you really want to cite St. Cyprian in a post supportive of the institution of the papacy, though.  When he says "Peter" in the quote you posted, he doesn't mean the bishop of Rome.  And he famously fought against Pope St. Stephen about  ecclesiology.  So much so that St. Cyprian is probably the father of the Orthodox conception of ecclesiology.
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