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I faced a pleasant dilemma yesterday. My son has purchased and set up a router, replacing the oddly-malfunctioning one. That gives me access to ‘Catholic Citizen’s’ website. I could go back to my ‘Friday and Sunday posts’ writing routine. I … Continue reading
(Meet Norbert Nerdly: my frustrations, personified.) My regularly-scheduled ‘Friday’ and ‘Sunday’ posts will, I trust, resume: eventually. Meanwhile, I will add something new to A Catholic Citizen in America. How often and when that will be depends on me getting … Continue reading
I started having trouble connecting with this blog’s website during the St. Patrick’s Day week. I finally got that week’s ‘Sunday’ post out the following Monday. The next ‘Friday’ post was more of the same frustrating experience. But they’re both … Continue reading