If I find a blog that interests me I tend to bookmark it. If I think it of more than passing interest I add it to the list on the right. On this occasion I'm going one step further and adding a link here- as a personal recommendation. I have been a fan of CTS pamphlets for longer, I suspect, than most bloggers have been alive. I remember, for instance the celebrated "Simple Prayerbook" going through several new editions in the mid 1960s as the mass was repeatedly adjusted. And not just the mass. I don't recall anyone pointing out the change in the Our Father from "them that trespass against us" to "those who..." but it was in the CTS "Simple Prayerbook" that I first noticed this change. In those days most CTS pamphlets were rarely more than a few pence in price and as a compulsive reader I was easily hooked. A particularly memorable booklet was "The Holy Shroud" by Bishop Langton Fox which I acquired in 1967. Whether or not the Shroud is genuine I remember and will always treasure the very powerful sense of the reality of the Resurrection I gained as a result of reading that book. But there were many more and I am grateful to the authors and indeed the whole organisation for the the support to faith provided in those pre-internet days. I pray the CTS will continue to flourish and hope the new blog helps.