In conversations lately it has been revealed to me that some people have missed how cool the title of this website is. I have to explain it in case others have missed it. Indeed, I'm still stunned that the domain was available.
Yes, the title "The Sacred Page" works well for this blog because it is a term used for Scripture in Christian tradition and this is a blog about biblical studies. In particular, as explained under the mast above, the title is meant to echo Dei Verbum 24, a passage from the Second Vatican Council that speaks of the need for Scripture to remain the "soul" of theology.
But "The Sacred Page" also works as a title for a website devoted to Scripture study because the term "page" is also used for a website, e.g., your "homepage". However, as I always explain, the title is a reference to Scripture, not so much for this website (the authors here do not consider themselves "sacred authors" or, in any way, "inspired"--though John is quite inspiring!).
Just thought I'd point that out.