Saturday, March 16, 2013

A New Look for TSP and What's on Deck

I hope you like the new look of TheSacredPage.com (or, more simply, "TSP").

Of course, now would be a great time to introduce (or re-introduce) others to our website. You can send out emails, post links on Facebook, Tweet, etc.--we won't stand in your way!

As we enter into the final stretch of Lent and prepare for Easter, know that we'll have many posts aimed at illuminating different aspects of the Paschal Mystery.

In fact, we're really excited about the posts we have planned for the near future, including the rest of my response to Protestant scholar Michael Bird's post on priesthood (which will climax with a post on Holy Thursday, the night we celebrate Jesus' institution of the priesthood) and a commentary on the readings for Passion Sunday by Brant Pitre.

Stay tuned!

8 comments:

Steve Finnell said...

you are invited to follow my blog

Dim Bulb said...

The changes give it a better, cleaner look. It also loads quicker.

Nicholas Hardesty said...

Is there any way you can make it so that I don't have to scroll to the right to see the whole page? The previous design did the same thing.

Nick said...

Tweet this video about TSP: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZ4LEy5F3Mo

Keep up the podcast, too, it's really fun and educational.

Michael Barber said...

Thanks, Nick, but Lucas Pollice is not a contributor to this site.

Michael Barber said...
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Kenneth Massey said...

My favourite blog, looks even better.

Holy Spirit guide us said...

I do not see any apostasy or heresy in two leaders of the Church coming together as brothers. Let us please not forget that "The Church" refers to all practicing persons baptized in the Blessed Trinity, it does not mean "those who do things this way instead of that way" and it certainly does not call for us to look at one another for the sake of self inflation and finding guilt in others. While dogma and doctrine can be argued all day long I'm sure Christ would rather us love him together than argue over the nuances of how to practice the faith He left us with. Let's not be the Pharisees of today. May we all find peace in our hearts instead of trying to pull the splinters out of one another's eyes, after all if the world is meant to know we are His followers by our love for one another then I think we can agree we each personally have planks in our own eyes worth dealing with before we can go tackle the "other" church.