Here’s the deal: We have more websites than I can count on one hand, and most of them relate to our Rosary Army apostolate. Since last October, I’ve been working with another development group to cleanly merge all of our sites together in a way that makes sense, is still helpful, and hopefully still fun. Merging that many sites while hosting a radio show, running a non-profit, being married, and having 5 kids is kind of tough, apparently.
But we’re making progress.
In fact, 90% of the coding is done on the site and right now I’m just working on a lot of graphics and getting the content set up.
Though “The Catholics Next Door” is not technically a Rosary Army ministry, because Jennifer and I both host that show and run Rosary Army, we decided that we will incorporate this site into the new one. So when you go to RosaryArmy.com, you’ll also have immediate access to The Catholics Next Door and our other ministries.
My thinking was that it wasn’t going to take so long for this to happen, but as it is I’m running about two months behind schedule. Thinking I was going to be ready to launch the new site at the beginning of January, I decided to hold off on adding any new entries to the website since I’d have to turn right around and figure out how to get those new entries over to the new site.
Basically, I’m doing a lousy job creating a new site while also keeping the old one updated. So now all of our websites look outdated. Go figure.
But as I said, the good news is that the new site is on the way soon. I’m working on it nearly every day and if things go well, we should be rolling it out sometime in March. Hopefully.