Fr. Z pleads with readers

I get a lot of e-mail every day.  It is not unusual for me to get hundreds in the course of a single day.

May I plead with you about a few things?

  • Please don’t send e-mails with no subject in the subject line or vague subjects such as "Hey look at this!".  I delete them.
  • Please don’t send me just a link.  Could you tell me what it is, and what parts are important?
  • Please don’t send me articles without links if there are some?
  • Please don’t ask me to do your homework or translate long texts in Latin for you.
  • Please don’t expect me to answer.  I simply have too much mail.
  • Please attach photos rather than embed them.  That saves me a few steps.

Also, if you send me something, I assume that I can use it.  I will try to "anonymize" e-mails as much as possible, especially if you are clergy or seminarians.

Your e-mail is appreciated (well, mostly) and useful (well, mostly).  But you could be of greater help – please- by considering the aforementioned petitions.

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

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