The A Catholic Citizen in America feed now has advertising. There's only one ad per post, so it shouldn't get in the way.
Why this change? I've got bills to pay, just like everybody else. Well, almost everybody. The Blogger service is free: but my Internet connection isn't, and there are other expenses. Nothing big, nothing unusual: just the routine stuff involved in maintaining a household in central Minnesota.
If you see something in an ad that seems - inappropriate - for a Catholic blog, I'm not surprised. The advertising is provided by third parties, and reflects local cultural norms: not Catholic teaching. Please ignore the come-on for psychic aluminum siding, or whatever.
I've put together a disclaimer that explains some of what's going on.
Once again, thanks for your interest in A Catholic Citizen in America.
- "Catholic Counter-Culture and Action Figures"
(March 4, 2012)
- "Timothy, Amos, Money, and Getting a Grip"
(August 4, 2011)
- "Blogging, the Vatican, and Getting a Grip"
(April 9, 2011)
- "A Catholic Blogger In the Digital Continent"
(November 15, 2010)
- "Social Media Guidelines from American Bishops"
(July 21, 2010)