Blog Comments Policy

Please keep comments brief (1 to 3 short paragraphs) and closely related to the post you are commenting on. If you have a lot to say on a topic, maybe you should have your own blog.

All comments are moderated. The following types of comments are unlikely to make it through the moderation process, to be seen on the blog:

* Comments contrary to the teachings of Tradition, Scripture, Magisterium
* Comments that might harm souls
* Uncharitable comments of any kind, especially toward any Pope
* Off-topic comments
* Comments that do not contribute anything to the topic in that post

Please understand that the comments section is for commenting specifically on the post for that page. It is not a place for you to propose your own theological arguments and conclusions.

It’s a problem when someone posts a long argument or a long set of theological claims as a comment. Comboxes are not a good place for theological arguments, especially ones that are highly flawed. And I don’t have the time to go through each false claim in a comment and explain the error and the correct understanding. So that type of comment usually gets deleted.

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2 Responses to Blog Comments Policy

  1. Dan says:

    I can appreciate your impatience with certain un-related topics.
    It is important however to be aware of added clarity, corrections and
    oversights that the author may have missed.
    Dan Falcone

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