Monday, November 15, 2010 \PM\.\Mon\.
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In Jesus, Mary, & Joseph,
The TAC Editors
Saturday, November 13, 2010 \PM\.\Sat\.
Dear TAC readers,
The American Catholic is going through an upgrade this next week in order to better serve our readers and engage the world.
This means we will be down for roughly a 24 hour period and will return tomorrow evening, November 14 around 6pm Central time.
Thank you for your patience!
Friday, April 9, 2010 \PM\.\Fri\.
Blogger Michael Iafrate of Vox Nova has written a post objecting to a comment moderation incident which occurred last night/this morning here on The American Catholic. Michael had written a comment in which he described a fellow commenter as:
typical of the death-worshiping Christofacists that this blog… attracts
Such comments are typically deleted in keeping with our comment policy. However, in this instance the comment was, for humorous effect, replaced with new content so clearly out of keeping with Michael’s online persona that Michael himself admits the effect was amusing. However, Michael objects to having content posted under his name which is not in fact his creation, and we agree that this represented a momentary lapse in judgment, however humorous. Clearly, the right thing to do in this sort of situation is simply to delete the offending comment or verbiage, and in cases of repeated offense to ban the commenter entirely. We, the editors of The American Catholic apologize for this lapse in our judgment, and commit to our readers that we will not, in future, modify comments. If comments contain objectionable statements which detract from civility and discourse, they will be wholly or partially deleted, but never replaced, even for humorous effect.
Given that Michael made several more specific complaints about TAC blog administration, which are doubtless of interest to few, I will address those briefly below the fold. Read the rest of this entry »