What is the name of your Catholic blog?
What is the URL of your Catholic blog?
When did you start your Catholic blog?
A year and a half ago
Why did you start your Catholic blog?
I started my blog, because I thought that there was a need for exposing liturgical abuse. Later, this evolved into everything Catholic. I blog about EVERYTHING Catholic, simply put. With a love for the Extraordinary Form, for the Holy Father, and the Church.
What topics do you cover, and what is your main focus?
I cover everything about Catholicism. My main focuses are, but not limited to, the Traditional Latin Mass, doctrines and dogmas of the Church, and church tradition. Also devotions to Our Lord, Our Blessed Mother and the Saints.
What makes your Catholic blog unique and worth reading?
This is an extremely orthodox blog, well I try to make it one! I post about the Traditional Latin Mass, the Mass in general, our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI. With the occasional post about the latest news in the world of Catholicism, I like to talk about the teachings of the church. How we must be always faithful to the magisterium and tradition. I focus on the importance of the traditions that the Church has passed on. Also, I love to post on devotions to the Blessed Mother, Our Lord and Saviour, and to the Saints and Martyrs. The newest canonised saint? Ask me and I'll find a prayer to them for you! Please come on over and read....I have been around for a year and a little bit, and only now I'm starting to become a better blogger. I am always looking for a way to improve my blog, for my readers. After all, I'm the writer and you're the reader. Need I mention that I'm staunchly pro-life and tradition?
- Get traffic: ask other Catholic blogs to include you on their blogroll.
- Choose a good host, such as Blogger (who I have love-hate relationship with), or WordPress (just see my latest post), or even better, an all-exclusive Catholic blog host, StBlogs.
- Choose a good name, unlike me who just randomly thought of Loyal Views, an ode to loyalty to the teachings of the Church.