Forums and blogs are attractive, easy ways to engage in discussions with people who share similar interests. However, charity and common sense do not always prevail; far too often people think that these are casual exchanges so they don’t exercise good judgment. Therefore, participation should be strictly controlled and postings should be closely monitored. Locations need to assign one or more persons who manage the postings on at least a daily basis or more frequently for active sites.
Establish an approval process before material gets posted. At all times, whoever is in control should also be able to access the site and edit or take down a posting.
Postings must conform to the teachings of the Roman Catholic faith. What is posted on a location website is often understood by the viewer to be appropriate material and official Church teaching or approved by the pastor, bishop, cardinal, and even the pope.