Follow us on Twitter: @FormTheCulture
Phil Lawler and I have been tweeting notices of our commentary under personal Twitter accounts for some time, with no fanfare, and that will continue. But we have now finally set up a Twitter handle for CatholicCulture.org:@FormTheCulture. This is the handle you should follow if you want to keep up with virtually everything we do.
Announcements with links to the following items will be tweeted each weekday: The liturgical day for today and tomorrow; all news stories; all commentary; new website reviews; current Church documents, significant speeches and other significant interventions whenever they are added to our library; and occasional re-tweets of outstanding material we discover elsewhere.
In the near future, some of this will be automated, so that the two daily liturgical year tweets (identifying “today” and “tomorrow” liturgically) will go out just after midnight EST, and the news headlines will be tweeted close to the time each story is posted, but with reasonable spacing, because our stories tend to be posted in batches, and we don't want to tweet them all at once. Until the automation process is completed, however, everything will be tweeted as time permits throughout the day and night.
As our use of @FormTheCulture unfolds, we will welcome your feedback!
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