--Release from the Scripturelink Search engine -- http://search.scripturelink.net --
Release written by Marc Aupiais
We have recently been requested to review, and added two fascinating sites to the http://search.scripturelink.net/search search engine.
The Cross Reference- by JEFF PINYAN
Which is a thoroughly Catholic blog, which does not shy from controversy, nor confrontation, and seems more than a worthy addition to the Scripturelink Search engine. Unlike many other Catholic blogs, which failed dismally, when we applied our Orthodoxy test to them, this site is not only Orthodox, but holds a view of the liturgy, and other issues very close to that of the Papacy. It is researched thoroughly, and of note. The Author of it, is also to publish a book on the litergy soon, I truly hope the book keeps with the excellence of this site!
Secondly, is a perl search site, which we quickly added to our Scripturelink search engine
Main parts of their Perl Search Site JEFF PINYAN:
Such is noted by the creator of it: as:
"I've put together a search tool for the English translation of the Catechism (and its Compendium), a search tool for 100+ Magisterial documents, and a reference tool for looking up readings from the Lectionary at my blog, The Cross Reference.": when we were contacted by its creator.
Magisterial Documents (includes what they call 11 ordinary documents)):
The Author of both these sites, has also written a book, as mentioned, he speaks of it here:
We would not shy away from saying that so far, these new additions to the Scripturelink Search Engine, are more than worthwhile!
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