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Welcome to Our New Digs

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Daniel is on the right, Fr. Kyle is on the left

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Welcome to our brand spanking new blogsite. For a while I’ve played around with the idea of moving over the blog its own domain name with a new look that is uniquely ours and that can be operated by us. I must say I love this new design. We went for simple and focused. Less to look at and more to read. Less to distract and more to focus. We will no longer be posting on the Blogger site; however, we won’t take it down completely because we’ve been there for five years (yup that’s how long I’ve been at this!). People know we’re there (at least that’s what I tell myself).

Let everyone know about our new digs. Tweet it. Post it on Facebook. Tell your friends and tell your wife.

Daniel and I will be setting something up soon to where there will, hopefully, be regular posting instead of the sporadic globs that we have now. That will be both a challenge to us as writers but also to be more faithful to you our reader. Over the past year, our readership has jumped almost by 125%. We must be doing something write and readable (the misspelling is intended, for all the grammarphiles who noticed).

Lastly, I can’t help but make a plug. Jeff Young, whom most know as the Catholic Foodie, made this switch possible. He is known as the cook/podcaster/blogger extraordinaire, but he also daylights as a website designer and operator. I first worked with him to redesign our school and parish website. Then, during Advent, he made a sale offer I couldn’t refuse, minus the head of our parish feline, Rita (there will soon be a post about her), to which all the school children are grateful.

About Fr. Kyle

I am a priest of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. I was born and raised right outside New Orleans. I attended Catholic school my entire educational career. By the time I graduated high school, I had two paths to choose: rockstar or priesthood. I pursued both for awhile but eventually came to the understanding God's will was priesthood and my will was rockstardom. After making that decision, to allow God's will to be mine, I needed a new way to channel my creativity. I began writing as I finished up my formation for priesthood. I still play music, but priestly ministry comes first. My bride: St. Rita of Cascia Parish in Harahan, LA.

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