Look they’ve done it again!

Corpus Christi Watershed has not only done it again, but they have surpassed their previous work. I have personally seen a Draft Copy of this new project. The St. Isaac Jogues Hymnal is truly exceptional. Have an insiders look at this beautiful hymnal in a well produced video. And for more information, visit here.

Blessed Sacrament Church in Providence

Here is a panorama I took at Blessed Sacrament Church in Providence today. Dedicated on June 5, 1904, this is a truly beautiful work of art. The parish has provided server vocations to the Church. The parish website states: “No fewer than 105 members of the Blessed Sacrament parish have responded to vocations to the priesthood or religious life 53 priests and 52 religious.” How many parishes have not produced one vocation in all of it’s existance?





Changing iCloud username in iOS devices

Recently, my mother’s eMail address change. I updated her user id on Apples website. However, we ran into a snag with changing her id on her iPad and iPhone. I tried deleting the id in her iPad, but it would not accept her password. If your having the same problem, I finally found the answer.

  1. Go into your iOS device (iPad, iPhone, or whatever else it may be) “Settings”. Turn off all of your iCloud syncing. One that you will not be able to turn off is “Find my iPad (iPhone, etc…)”. Be sure to save your contacts, calendars, … to you iOS device.
  2. Open iTunes on your computer. Under “Quick Links” select “Account”. Once you log in, you will see the following window. To the right of your “Apple ID”, select “Edit”. Change your eMail address back to your old address and click “Done”.
  3. Go back into your iOS device. Open “Settings”, “iCloud”. Click on “Delete Account” at the bottom. Be sure to select “Accept”.
  4. Go back into iTunes Account settings and put in your new username again.
  5. Finally, go back into your iOS device and put in your new iCloud account user id.

That should fix your problem!


The fire is building

In the first reading from today’s Mass, King Nebuchadnezzar ordered Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego thrown into the “white hot” furnace, for not worship in golden calf. This is a beautiful story of three courageous men, who preferred death to betrayal of the God of Israel. There are many similar stories throughout the Old Testament, New Testament and all of salvation history. Men, women and children have continuously given their live, rather than offend the one true God.

Secular humanists are once again building the fire within the furnace. They are building up their false gods. The gods of sexual perversion and anti-life demons are once again looking for faithful souls to be offered on their altars.

The fire is being prepared for faithful believers and will consume everyone who resists the evil king’s desires. Who is the evil king you ask? We he is the evil one and all his legions who have spread their perversion throughout the past century. He believe he is winning, and to those who don’t have yes to see, he is.

In the past few weeks, we have seen his latest victims. Mozilla’s CEO was forced to step down for supporting anti-gay marriage legislation. Sr. Jane Dominic is facing the wrath of human opinion for faithfully presenting the Church’s teaching on life and human sexuality. And now, a court in Ontario rules that Catholic high schools cannot force students to attend Mass.

Where do you stand? Are you willing to go into the fire with faithful men and women throughout the ages or will you give Jesus a token kiss on the cheek? The fire is burning and only those who stand strong will remain standing with Christ!