Marc has got a new site which he is lining up to be a dedicated home for twitterangelus, with an appropriate domain name.
I really want twitterangelus to be an oasis of prayer and calm.
To that end, I think we need to avoid controversy, and may need some agreed rules for the site.
So I would propose:
a) we acknowledge the value of Latin and vernacular languages (as does the Church); we do not allow discussion or debate of the merits or demerits or either.
b) we do not allow any contributions about or promoting or attacking unauthorised Marian apparitions. There are plenty of sites out there for these: twitterangeuls will not become one, as that is clearly highly-contested territory.
c) we are loyal to the magisterium of the Church. We welcome any and all who wish to pray with us, and who wish to learn more about Marian devotion, but we will not be a site for debating, still less attacking, the teaching of the Church. Again there are plenty of other sites available for such discussions.
I hope you agree with these broad principles as I think they are important for the apostolate of Twitterangelus.
There may be others we need to consider, so I would welcome feedback on these and any other issues that regular Twitterangelus crew would like to contribute.
Sancta Dei Genitrix:
Ora pro nobis.