- comment (constructively) over there, and tell us if your comment got up or not - and if it does get bounced, publish it here (you can email it to me offline if you want to keep separate your various online identities!);
- draw attention to any particularly good or particular bad stories; and
- point us to the debates we should all be joining over there.
One or two people have queried whether this campaign can really have an impact.
I can certainly understand the cynicism - many of us have tried complaining individually to bishops on various subjects and gotten nowhere.
But firstly, putting the issues up in lights here will get noticed - I'm often getting around a thousand webhits a day according to blogger (often a lot more if pewsitter or one of the other blog aggregation websites pick up a post. But no Mr Coyne, Blog Watchers' references don't actually generate much traffic here relatively speaking!).
Secondly, once the evidence accumulates, I propose to launch phase 2...
Thirdly, even if it doesn't actually change Cath News, maybe it will challenge a few people's thinking.
Small actions accumulate.
But could I urge you also to add your prayers to this cause....
Because Cath News must be reformed!