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Hello all,

I have recently been thinking that on the internet, there is no real single source of Catholic information, and I decided to make a website to address that issue. I wonder if anyone would like to either check it out (it's very new) and say something about it, or would like themselves to contribute to the website, it is essentially supposed to be a true encyclopedia website. If someone would like to contribute something, please respond or PM me your email address so that I may send you instructions on how to make an account (to prevent random people from signing up and spamming). Here's the website: chrysostom.info

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Hello!
Nice site. But I think the navigation is not very convenient.
I like the way the menu of this site https://fscch.info/ is done. I think it is more understandable.

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Is the domain still active? I tried to use it, but, it would not load on my browser.

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Here is an AI approach, still in beta: Magisterium AI [magisterium.com] from Longbeard (see Digital Transformation in Education [longbeard.com] and The Pontifical Oriental Institute). It has ties to (John Allen's) Crux [cruxnow.com].

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