Recently I discovered that some readers really did not understand how to view this Blog. While I am not entirely happy with the typeface and size of the presentation, the Regulus template offers SUBPAGES. What does this mean? Note the boxed links across the top, just below the header. Each of these, home, author, catechesis, apologetics, ministry, priest & mass, life & sex, various and stories are specific PAGES. Each of these PAGES, in the right column, has SUBPAGES.
For instance, if you click APOLOGETICS above, you will get a non-dated page with the following SUBPAGES:
ANTI-CATHOLICISM (34 topics)
HOT OFF THE WEB (19 devilish letters)
DEBATE (73 topics)
THE INQUISITION (9 topics)
Click any one of the links for these SUBPAGES, and you get a page with further links to other SUBPAGES, again listed in the right-hand column.
Sometimes questions are asked as comments or in emails that are already discussed on the various pages and subpages. This function allows the Blog to also function as a full-feature webpage. It is really quite cool.
Pages are distinguished from posts in that they are not dated.
As for categories of posts, there are tags on the side-bar that allow for some specific navigation of these as well. Hope this helps!