After six and a half years at Blogger (thecrossreference.blogspot.com — this was my first post), I’ve decided to transition to WordPress, hosting my blog on here at the Catholic Cross Reference. The whole web site, this blog included, is meant to be a resource for studying the Catholic faith so as to better live in constant reference to the cross of Christ. This web site seeks to bring together scripture, the liturgy, and catechesis; to that end, this blog will be home to articles on the following topics:
- the Sunday Bible readings
- general Bible study resources
- links between the liturgy and life
- reflections on the prayers of the Mass
- analysis of magisterial documents
I hope to have series of blog posts on particular topics; I was somewhat successful with that in the past, but I think shorter posts on a more frequent basis will go a long way to achieving this goal.
The first series on this blog will be (at least) weekly posts with content for the Salvation History religious education class I am teaching for sixth graders at my parish, St. Hedwig’s in Trenton, NJ.
There will soon be links to my various search engine projects, just below the header image.
I thank you for your readership, I welcome your comments, and I beg your prayers!
“As the Father has sent me, even so I send you.” (John 20:21)