much as some
sort of official approval of my work would be desirable, neither an
Imprimatur (Let it be printed) nor a Nihil Obstat
(Nothing [herein] stands in the way [of the
faith]) can apply to a website because a website, unlike a printed
book, can be changed at any moment. Therefore, no official approval for a
website would have any meaningful value because there can be no guarantee
that what someone has once approved is the same thing as what an individual
might be currently reading. What is approved in one moment could be completely
altered in the next moment.
Still, if anyone can find a bishop
or a priest who has the requisite knowledge to understand the psychological depth of
my work, who has the time to read everything (!) on
this website, and who would be willing to write a general statement of
appreciation of my work, please tell him to send me a note, and I will post a copy of
it on this website.
I, for my part, knowing the Church
as well as I do, will not hold my breath waiting for someone to make
such a generous sacrifice. In fact, only after I stop breathing completely
will there be any hope of my work getting examined, approved, and printed.