I already have a few day jobs, and I do not anticipate asking readers to contribute to the upkeep of this blog. Some (far more talented, articulate and intelligent) Catholic bloggers justly seek donations from readers because they need paying work to keep going. I suggest that if you are inclined to help out a blogger by making a contribution, you send your money to one of the professionals like Mark Shea or Rocco Palmo, who provide something that is truly worth your time and money.
But if you enjoy this blog, would you please consider:
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- Praying for me and this blog.
Also, perhaps you’ve missed the following articles that have been featured in the blogosphere:
- Pope Francis and the Idolatry of Spending on Pets
- On the Virtue of Temperance, Screen Obsession and the Weird Brothers
- It’s Time to Defend the Conscience Protections of Catholic Physicians, or we Will Lose Them
- Atheism is a Religion, Because it Requires Faith and Belief
- Vasectomy and the Catholic Church: Search Engine Q&A
- Baby Gastronomy in Italy is Positively Genius
- Adventures in Pork: Prosciutto Update
- First-Century Jews and the Paschal Sacrifice: why “Lamb of God” should mean far more to us
Thank you, and may God bless you richly and keep you today and always.