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Every blogger has their own rules about comments. One thing I should say up front is that all comments are subject to approval by me before they are posted. I am usually pretty open about comments, even posting those that I disagree with or which might point out a clear error I have made.

I do try to respond to most comments because I recognize that you have made the effort to comment, and I want to acknowledge that.

If your comment is not approved quickly it is probably because I am very busy. I have a life, a big one, and this blog, these posts, this work is not as important as my family and my paying job.

Things that will automatically disqualify you from having a comment approved include but are not limited to:

  • Curse words and other vulgarities.
  • Getting way off point.
  • Questioning my fidelity to Jesus and His Church.
  • Threatening me or my family’s welfare.
  • Defending the New York Yankees.

Other than that, if I just don’t feel your comment advances any particular argument but your own desire to lambaste me, and/or if you make silly accusations which have nothing to do with the matter at hand, I won’t approve your comment. For example: if, in response to 2000+ words of researched writing your comment is something like: “This is socialist drivel,” I’m not going to approve your comment. Why would I?

Anyway, you can always e-mail me if you truly need to engage me:

5 thoughts on “Comments”

  1. Jeanie Collins said:

    Thankyou for beautiful bio of St Martin de Porres you write with such clarity. My daughter is visiting Peru this mo with her native fiancé, hope things are better now…

  2. Jeff Faust said:

    I really enjoyed the book The Urging of Christ’s Love. Deacon G
    uitterez was my Cathecism instructor in RCIA.

  3. Where can I send comment and questions on Catholic Faith?

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