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Thanks for the links to your blog pages, which are very welcome. However, could you check the last one at San Pietro Canisio, as I've had a message that it's bad. Regards Basilwatkinsosb (talk) 06:45, August 1, 2018 (UTC)
Thank you for your kind words and for alerting me to the broken link. It's hopefully fixed now. Let me know if there's anything else I can do to help with the website - it's great! Roman Despatches (talk) 17:13, August 1, 2018 (UTC)
Thanks -as you are visiting modern churches, it would help if you spot any religious artworks that have been commissioned recently. Also, if the Wiki pages concerned are not clear about Mass times or times of opening, it would be great if you could spot any up-to-date notices in the church. Just take a phone photo and upload it to the Wiki page or your blog. I've checked the Mass times available online, and they are correct for the first half of this year but some parishes are shy of putting them online or informing the Vicariate. I suspect that this might be to do with the parish priest having health or other problems. Basilwatkinsosb (talk) 06:40, August 4, 2018 (UTC)
Thank you. Yes, of course, I'd be happy to look out for recent artworks and mass times. I often only see the exterior of the modern churches, but will make sure I check for notices about mass times.----