Canonical considerations on clerical blogging

Fr Steven Fisher has very helpfully posted some observations on priestly blogging from the point of view of the code of canon law.

Clercial Bloggers 1 (on the rights and duties of all the Christian faithful)
Clercial Bloggers 2 (on the obligations and rights of clerics)
Clercial Bloggers 3 (on Diocesan Bishops)
Clercial Bloggers 4 (on the means of social communication)
Clercial Bloggers 5 (concluding observations)

Fr Fisher is to be commended for his balanced summary of these legal matters. I agree with his conclusion:
Perhaps some advice from the Congregation of Clergy, and the Pontifical Council for Social Communications would be a prudent step.

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