by Christian Campbell
Several days ago, I wrote about a new initiative to establish an information portal/communications hub for the discussion and coordination of new Anglican Catholic communities to be brought under the personal ordinariates authorized by Anglicanorum Coetibus. Due to the very positive response I have received, I have decided to move forward with the project.
I am now looking for beta testers for the forum software. A new discussion forum will be created for each nascent Anglican Catholic group, and I would like every group to have at least one moderator. The role of the forum moderator will be to facilitate the discussion, referee when necessary, and to serve as a point of contact with the site administration. Very minimal technical skills are necessary; if you are able to comment on this blog, you are qualified to be a forum moderator.
If you would like to volunteer to be a forum moderator — and thus launch a new Anglican Catholic group in your area — please do the following:
1. Leave a comment on this post with your name and the city/region for which you would like a discussion forum created.
2. Email me privately at ccampbell at threefishgroup dot com. Please include the city/region in the message subject (e.g. “New Anglican Group for Norfolk, Virginia”) and your contact information in the body of the message.
I have already installed the forum software on The Anglo-Catholic server and testing should begin in the next several days. My goal is to make the site available to the general public by December 31, 2009.
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