invitation to comment on the new format of both the print and e-edition.
As an older reader, I like the clarity and contrast of the letters and text, good separation of articles, and the BCC format generally. Even the shaded areas are easily readable.
I assume the letters and other differently formatted segments will maintain good readability. Good work.
I also tried the BCC website. Although my preference is still roaming as a dinosaur through the printed pages, the website looks good.
Apart from the format, I hold our BCC in high regard in respect of the presentation of a broad spectre of topics and subjects. One can read, learn, and follow thoughts and words of the Holy Father, Archbishop Miller, or be challenged by Msgr. Pedro Lopez-Gallo on some heavyweight topics. One can learn from Father Vincent Hawkswell about liturgical topics, chew on philosophical tidbits from C.S. Morrissey, or just be informed of many activities in Catholic lives by A. Krawczynski, and read about many, many other topics.