It is hard to balance real life with prolific blogging. I am also more scientific and thus not quite as creative as others. Add into that a desire to not waste too much time on the internet (not that that desire stops me, LOL), and also the fact that through the many Catholic blogs, I have learned there are many out there much more knowledgeable on liturgical matters than I, I often have trouble thinking of something to blog about.
I have also been trying to figure out the tone of this blog. I have certainly wanted to keep a more liturgical focus on it, and I have also wanted to keep it more or less original, not just posting links to everything. But I may try to at least update this a bit more frequently, although the updates might be a bit "light" in the intellectual department.
For the 20 or so regular readers of the blog, I thank you for your fidelity. For those in my cult, please stop looking for miracles and go to Mass like dadwithnoisykids said. Thanks for being patient, and please keep checking in. As I post at the top, "You never know what you'll find in a sacristy."
Pax et Bonum,
The Roman Sacristan
Lego Version of the Roman Sacristan