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Type of site
|Available in||English (also Spanish version)|
|Created by||John P. Workman|
|Launched||4 January 2006|
Catholic Commons hosts encyclopedic-type content and informational essays on topics specific to the Catholic Church. It was founded in 2006 by a professor at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. It welcomes editing by users “to develop free online resources to support Catholic identity".
History[edit | edit source]
On January 4, 2006, John P. Workman created Jesuit.Wikia.com while on sabbatical at The Jesuit Institute at Boston College. In the fall of 2006 it was renamed Ignatian.Wikia.com, and in spring of 2007 it ceased carrying advertisements and moved to IgnatianWiki.org. Steadily broadening its scope, in 2016 it became CatholicCommons.org. A Spanish version is in the incipient stages.
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