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Hi, all! It's been a while since I've visited here. I had stated that I planned to build a new forum that would be more private/restricted than this one. Well, I finally found the time to write the code and create a forum as easy to use as this one, but more restrictive to keep things from getting out of hand. Another reason for being restrictive is that one of the primary goals of my Catholic Youth Web is to help youth who are wanting to grow deeper in the Catholic Faith - many of whom are in my local parish here in Houston. Although I have a link to this (greenspun) forum at the website, I don't necessarily want to expose them to "the wolves" just yet. But I would love for some of you who are very knowledgable in the Catholic faith to share some of your thoughts and wisdom there. If so, go to the CYW Discussion Forum, register, and post replies or new threads there that are appropriate for the given audience.

The email you use to register must be a valid email for you, but the email will not be posted anywhere on the website (for web email search software to capture) nor will I give the address to others. I will send a periodic newsletter which you can easily opt out of.

God bless, all! Hollis

-- Hollis (, March 01, 2004


The shortcut to go directly to the forum is:

-- Hollis (, March 01, 2004.

Dropped in for a look. It looks fantastic.


-- Dan Garon (, March 01, 2004.

Yea, great job Hollis!

-- Andy (, March 02, 2004.

Instructions to get to the discussion forum (it's not as hard as it sounds, and after the first time, it is very easy)

- Click here. This will open the Catholic Youth Web introduction page and the CYW forum login (after a Flash presentation).

- Click New User to register (required to post to forum).

- If you are not taken directly to the discussio forum when the portal opens, then click the Discussion Forum link under the pic of Jesus on the left side to enter the forum.

- You'll need to verify your email address by confirming the address and then clicking the link in the email that will be sent to you. Once you've done this, you will be able to post.

God bless!

-- Hollis (c;, March 02, 2004.

Got some visitors, but not many posts. Feel free to post to the forum.


-- Hollis (, March 02, 2004.

We're starting to get some momentum, but still need some more input from solid Catholics. We have some wonderful topics that I'm sure many here can contribute much to.

-- Hollis (, March 04, 2004.

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