Category Archives: Administration

Getting around to it

Oh, my gosh: this parish a little west of Salt Lake City got vandalized for the fourth time in two years:
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(Photo by the diocese, via CNS)

But don’t worry: they’re springing into action:

“We have replaced windows and put bars on them, replaced doors, installed motion lights, and we have talked about an alarm system,” said Melanie Dern, parish finance director. “This time it has probably

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We’ve arrived!

OK, after a few days of transition, this site and the other blogs of stblogs.org are now running on WordPress.

Here’s hoping this adds to your listening and dancing pleasure.

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Welcome, Sr. Cora!

First Friday arrived for August the other day, and with it a new blog here at stblogs.org: Sr. Cora Lombardo has started the site Caritas Christi to share the depths of the love of God which are to be found in the Heart of Christ. Sr. Cora is a member of the religious community The Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and serves as the DRE at St. Paul Parish in West Haven, CT.

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New blog: Vultus Christi

Don Marco (Fr. Mark Daniel Kirby) is a Cistercian monk of the Abbey of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem in Rome, and chaplain to the Benedictines of Jesus Crucified in Branford, CT. Readers of Fr. Keyes’ blog will already be familiar with Don Marco, as his homilies have been posted there already from time to time.
His weblog takes as its theme The Face of Christ. Welcome aboard!

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Any better?

I’ve upgraded the blog software to Movable Type 3.32 and moved the blogs to a different server machine. I hope this will help resolve some access-control problems that authors and commenters have run into recently. My previous hosting provider’s attempts to improve security were behind most of them.

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