Behind the scenes, your blogger and a Catholic web developer have been consulting with WordPress and Facebook technical support to determine why Facebook blocked posts from this blog domain at the end of July 2020.
Attempts to remedy the situation have grown incrementally more drastic—and more frustrating—in an effort to identify a specific post that may contain a bad link with malware or some other malicious code embedded in a post.
We have backed up all posts from 25 July forward and deleted the same, but Facebook will not publish blog posts from WordPress with an Open Graph image; simply stated, when WordPress publishes our blog posts to Facebook, there is no featured image.
Facebook has blocked our entire blog domain.
Therefore, we will continue to post here to our blog going forward with our usual daily features and feast day liturgies. We will offer similar publications for our Facebook readers on a mirror Blogger website, also. And, we now publish bite-sized quotes and links to more information about the saint of the day to the Catholic Answers Forums’ Carmelite Quote of the Day topic.
We will take action on the deleted blog posts from July and August when we learn the outcome of an appeal that we filed with Facebook several days ago.
Until then, we beg for your prayers as we entrust this concern to the intercession of Blessed Titus Brandsma, whose 27 July liturgy Facebook marked as spam.