I don't recall going to the site, and definitely not in this browser.
Thought I'd pass this along just for info. No one is waiting to see how many members are offended by Mormon advertising before it is pulled. Internet advertising offered by Google does not function in the same way as traditional advertising in traditional print, radio and TV. In those media, a companys advertising department actively seeks out potential advertisers, approving of the content and nature of the advertising before the fact.
With the Google adsense, it is the other way around. Advertising content is suggested through keywords, and CM has to indicate which type of advertising is not appropriate. So, with CM being a Catholic site, and a lot of CM members accessing Catholic / Christian content on their browsers, "religion" may be a keyword that the Google adsense uses, thus resulting in ads that are tagged with the keyword "religion", such as for the Mormon faith, or ads encouraging signing up for courses to become a Baptist pastor.
One time, there was a thread that included a post about household uses for old pantyhose (such as tying up tomato plants to a garden stake). I googled household uses for pantyhose, and the next time I accessed CM, there was an ad for orthopedic pantyhose on the home page! This was not an advertiser CM had approved, it was an ad that passed through filters, based on keywords.
The ads are revenue for CM. If the number of ad views is decreased, the revenue also decreases. The only way to offset this is to raise the subscription rate.
1. Provide internal promotional area
2. Sell ad space to Catholic organizations/services
3. Donate ad space to Catholic groups
4. Generate a little extra revenue.
The most ideal situation for us would be to sell out our space to Catholic groups/services/products which would give them added exposure to a very large community and would help provide some additional revenue. Remember if nobody provided advertising then where Catholic services like us advertise? Just some food for thought.
So folks, learn how to clear the cache/history/cookies on your devices. If you need help ... ask a kid! Sadly, the electronic world is their playground; but they sure can be helpful sometimes!
Thanks to the knowledgeable posters, staff, and moderators for some answers, and others for the questions - I know I learned something!