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Post  Lourdes on Wed Apr 13, 2011 5:29 pm

I often feel like I came in at the tail end of a family argument here. From what I have gathered, a former forum abruptly ceased its existence, and this one took its place.

Why is it that no one posts here? There are many good topics already started, but no one likes to talk to themselves. Wink

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Re: Why Is This Forum So Dead?

Post  Roguejim on Wed Apr 13, 2011 7:50 pm

1) Not enough members.

2) Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus, baptism of desire/baptism of blood ad nauseum...

3) Level of discourse is at times, sophomoric.

I spend more time now on select blogs, and another forum that is more in tune to my particular interests. In general though, I spend far less time talking on the Net now. Too many unread books on my shelf...I've thought that a Catholic Book forum might be interesting if a group could decide on a book to read, and then discuss it chapter by chapter as they are going, or when they are finished. It might work.
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Re: Why Is This Forum So Dead?

Post  Guest on Wed Apr 13, 2011 8:26 pm

Roguejim wrote:.I've thought that a Catholic Book forum might be interesting if a group could decide on a book to read, and then discuss it chapter by chapter as they are going, or when they are finished. It might work.
I really like that idea. We could do that here.


I check over the forums, but don't post as much since I took a second job. Also, my CCD class just received the Sacrament of Confirmation (pray for them!) so the past couple weeks have been "crunch time" in making all the last minute preparations, etc.

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Re: Why Is This Forum So Dead?

Post  Lourdes on Wed Apr 13, 2011 8:46 pm

I think it is a good idea too, but buying books is not within our very (and I do mean very) limited budget.

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Re: Why Is This Forum So Dead?

Post  Guest on Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:01 pm

One reason is that yours truly is currently in student teaching, working, and has 3 more weeks of school left to go. Not much free time lately. As it stands this past month I am lucky I can make it to Sunday Mass.

Don't worry though forums go through periods of lots of activity and periods of less activity.

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Re: Why Is This Forum So Dead?

Post  Guest on Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:03 pm

It comes down to getting more new members in all the time. Sometimes personal situations change and people have less time on the forums. I had a ton of time to be on forums when I was doing my gen ed courses 2 years ago because the coursework was pretty moronic. Now I am practically in teaching bootcamp.

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Re: Why Is This Forum So Dead?

Post  Guest on Thu Apr 14, 2011 10:36 am

whata ye all into? I like to discuss economics. I posted a lot of stuff but no response. I also like to discuss apologetics about atheism. Again not so much response on the atheist threads, either.
I thought I read in a post that, Jim, you were going to invite some funds here. What happened? No takers?

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Re: Why Is This Forum So Dead?

Post  Roguejim on Thu Apr 14, 2011 4:05 pm

The folks I had in mind are ex-Protestants turned Catholic. They would not be interested in the issues here, as their focus is on evangelizing their Protestant friends.
They are here:http://www.calledtocommunion.com/

However, if you really wanted to turn this into a free for all, then these are the folks for you: http://carm.org/

A sample video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhK32pKLHFg

One more: http://carm.org/is-catholicism-christian

I registered at CARM back when Pascendi's was still operating, posting at CARM under the guise, "Apollo". (Perhaps my threads there can still be accessed). I'm not interested in returning there to lure their members over to this forum. But, don't let that deter anyone else! Anything to pick the action up here...Catholic Answers is also ripe for the picking. It's easily done. Just takes a little time.
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