Sober Catholic has moved here!

Note: this is just a copy of the post from the original blog, I included it here just because I wanted to.

Quick on the heels of Catholic Recovery relocating to its own domain at Recovery for Christ I am announcing that Sober Catholic will be moving to a new location too.

After using Blogger and being hosted by Google on their Blogspot servers for over 3 1/2 years, I finally got my own domain name and a new host. I will also be using WordPress for templates and some blog administration.

I have no issues with Blogger or even Google. The opportunity arose for me to get a web address for this blog and I took it. Therefore I decided to use a different blogging service that fits in well with my new host. There is a steeper learner curve (for me, at least) with WordPress, but they offer more flexibility for site design and functions. Having my own host and my own domain frees me from the fear that someone can “flag” my blog for spam or “offensiveness” if they don’t like what I write. It has never happened to me, but there is always a first time. From what I’ve heard from other bloggers, it can be difficult (as in time-consuming) to convince a free hoster that your blog isn’t a spam or a porn site.

I will give all readers plenty of notice before ceasing to post to this blog. All posts and most comments have already been exported to the new blog. All I have to do is work on getting the blogrolls and link lists up and running.

I will continue to post both here and at the new location, which is here, or if the link isn’t viewable, go to http://www.sobercatholic.com . With my Mac’s blog editor I can post to both sites almost at once. I will keep doing this until I am certain that most readers know of the new web address.

So, please change your bookmarks to this, or http://www.sobercatholic.com . You can already subscribe to new posts and comments at the new site (upper right corner). I hope that by the end of the month the transition will be complete and I can stop posting here.

Know someone, perhaps yourself, who might like Catholic devotionals for alcoholics? Please take a look at my books! (Thank you!!)

"The Recovery Rosary: Reflections for Alcoholics and Addicts"

and "The Stations of the Cross for Alcoholics"

3 Comments

  1. Sobercatholic,

    Welcome to the world of top level domains! There’s nothing like having more control of your content and hosting. WordPress is complicated but nobody uses all the features and plug-ins anyway. I think you will get it sorted out quickly. If you need any help, don’t hesitate to ask. I’m no expert, but I have had a couple of WP blogs and have experience with the day-to-day management.

    Looking forward to seeing your blog grow. I’ll update your link on mine with the new domain name.

    Pax+

  2. Good stuff going on for ya my friend! Glad it is all starting to take shape! I pray that many lives are touched through your passion and love for others!

    In Christ, Bro Jer

  3. Thanks guys!

    @Laymonk: I’ll probably ask for help on occasions. Thanks in advance.

    @BroJer; Oh, thanks, no pressure! LOL!

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