Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Abortion funding still in the bill!

The nation's Catholic bishops have released a new detailed legal memorandum
analyzing both the health care bill President Barack Obama signed into law and
the executive order he issued. The memo says abortion funding is still present
in the new law despite the executive order.

This upsets me . It is heartbreaking, absolutely heartbreaking. It makes me want to bust. "Why? Our money is just heling needy women" is what the Liberals say. The reason it angers me so, is that (even though I don't live in the states), Your money is going toward murder. When you pay the taxes, your money helps kill babies against your will! When you pay the taxes it helps women loose and kill their child, and you have no choice on the matter. All thanks to Obama. Well, this little tidbit shall also brighten your day:

They say the health care bill violates both provisions of the Hyde amendment -- which, only pertaining to the federal budget, stops abortion funding and funding abortions in federal health insurance programs.

The attorneys note that, since the bill lacks any specific ban on abortion funding, "federal funds that PPACA appropriates anywhere else, including, at a minimum, Community Health Centers, are unrestricted by Hyde and so must be used to pay for abortions."

"Thus, the stated purpose of this provision of the Executive Order is commendable, but the provision is ineffective apart from the two particular contexts where Hyde-like statutory protections actually apply," they write.

Grr. This concerns me, also, because--the Canadian government really likes to copy the American government, 'cause Harper is an Obabma wanna-be. Honestly, have you been following Harper? (and I really don't blame you if you haven't, cause he's boring), he really copies Obama. And he says he's prolife. pughfghgf.

Read more here, from LifeSite.

Sunday, 28 March 2010

New Poll!

Feeneyism....Strong defense of "Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus" .... feel free to comment!

The Proper Schooling, Part 2.

The Saint Benedict Center in New Hampshire. They are ran by the wonderful Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Proper schooling indeed! May I point to you their videos? The one explains it all!

Saturday, 27 March 2010

Catholic Forum

I have started a Loyal Catholic Forum! The first 3 people to sign up, will be made an Administrator. The next 3 after that will be made moderators! I hope you will come and join us (which is only me right now!).

It is here: www.LoyalCatholicism.yuku.com

The Proper Schooling, Part. 1

I have found that college. St. Bonaventure's, in Newfoundland! The Jesuits in Newfoundland, are very orthodox. They are under the Archdiocese of St. John's, and they atarted out as a Franciscan school. Then, they were transferred to the Irish Christian Brothers, then as it seems, they lost their orthodoxy, it was handed over to the Jesuits. When public funding of religious schools was out-lawed by the liberal Premier at the time, it closed. Then, a few years laterm they re-opened again, this time as a private school. It is very expensive, $6, 500 a year, but I think it's worth it for the proper education. I think what Canada needs, though, especially Newfoundland is a traditional school, like the ones ran by the St. Benedict Centre. It is the youngest Jesuit school in Canada.

There must be more than just this though....there must.

Friday, 26 March 2010

The Jesuit College

There are colleges which, are faithful, and there are those that are no-so. There is one thing that strikes me, when I hear about a Jesuit college being unorthodox. It pains me to see that the order is struggling with such unorthodoxy, and irreverence. Do you think the the founder St. Ignatius himself would be accepted into the order today? I just don't know.

One college in particular, catches me. What one is it!

Thursday, 25 March 2010

My Random Musing

Please forgive me here, but, it seems to be that my computer is'nt working "crecticlly". My keyboard seems to keep switching to the US format, whereas I use the British Canadian version,

The blue on the keys work when you click "alt", so when I want the "@" symbol, I press "alt" "2", not "shift" "2", like our American friends :-). Regardez....

My keyboard when shifted for numbers: ! " / $ % ? & * ( ) _ +

American keyboard when shifted: !@#$%^&*()_+

My keyboard when in alt: ± @ £ ¢ ¤ ¬ ¦ ² ³ ¼ ½ ¾.

American keyboard when in alt: none.

'Tis easy. There are also different accents, where the " is on an American keyboard, there is an ` for letters like è, à, ò, ì, etc. Also, there is ê, û, ô, î, etc^, and ç, ë, ö, etc... Thats my random musing.

God Bless You!

The obviousness ruins it!

Obviously, it's PhotoShopped, can anyone vouch otherwise?

They expect us to put up with this!

Look at this God-awful flimm-flammery! It's a concert, not the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass!


I must change my YouTube password yet again !!!!!! I wonder who keeps getting into my account and favoring those unspealkable videos?

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Wednesday, 24 March 2010

And Intro...don't worry, not a rant!

The Canadian Government, can get confusing sometimes. It is especially now, since we have Harper as Prime Minister, he says he is Pro-Life, but he isn't doing anything. The government works differently than the American government. I made this little diagram to help explain...Thanks to Microsoft Paint, it isn't that viewable, but it still helps.
It goes from: The Queen, the Governer General, the Prime Minister, the Cabinate, the Ministries and Civil Services, and the Voters. In the side of the Prime Minister, we have the PM's Office, and the Privy Council (sometimes Privvy). Therefore, the Queen has the most power, the Governer General represents the Queen in Canada, and fulfills her duties. The Governer General can approve laws when the Queen isn't available. The Queen (Elizabeth II) is our Head of State, like the President is for America. She can kick ol' Stevie off his high throne, and replace him with anyone she likes. The Governer General also can ask any of the leaders of the political parties with seats in the house if they are ready to take over the duty of being Prime Minister. The Cabinate and Senate vote on the laws, once the laws are voted anf agreed on the Queen (or Governer General) has to approve. The Ministries and Civil Services are things like, the Health department, etc. Then there are the voters who choose what political parties they can vote for. The Conservatives, Liberals, New Democrats, the Greens (eww), the Bloc Quèbècois, the Christian Heritage Party (Pro-Lifers!), Newfoundland First (Pro-Lifers!).

The Christian Heritage party, is confusing. Their political ideology is "Social Conservative". Their main goal is "For Canada to be governed by biblical principles, as we see the bible as The Holy Bible to be the inspired, inerrant written Word of God and the final authority above all man's laws and government". This is problematic, as that is not in line with church teaching, but I suppose it's better than these liberal "conservatives" who are in PM now. The CHP (Christian Heritage Party) is Pro-Life, and also Pro-Family. They aim, when elected, to "provide $1000 to any family, whos parent(s) decides to be a stay-at-home mother/father". In the 2008 election, they had 59 candidates. They only got 0.19% of the popular vote. They are social conservatives, so they believe that government and/or society have a role in encouraging or enforcing traditional values or behaviors based on the belief that these are what keep people civilized and decent.

The Green party is an eco-obsessed party, who is too concerned with the environment, and cares about nothing more than keeping whats green, green. They all live off of salad and croutons, with a healthy serving of swamp soup. (forgive me for that, it's just a joke...I couldn't help it!)

The Conservatives are conservative to a point, Their MP's are against abortion, and against contraception. They are also against Planned Parenthood (yay!) See here.

The Liberal party is a cold place to step, for they are pro-death. I will say no more, except that their leader is Greek Orthodox, who is definately not in the Orthodox spectrum.

The Bloc Quèbècois make my head dizzy. They are Quèbèc seperatists, but you see-- they run for national election...and they only run candidates in Quebec, and if their leader is elected they will seperate from Canada, which doesn't make sense, because where does that leave the government du Canada? Ahh, confusing......anyone, please correct me if I'm wrong on this one!

The Newfoundland First Party is sort of a political party that is registered at both the provincial and national levels. They aren't seperatists "per-say", but they are definately (along with the PC's) leaning that way. They fight for the better treatement for Newfoundland which was guarenteed at confederation, which wasn't given.

I will have to go off a little more to explain the Newfoundland predicament, bear with me for a moment...

When Newfoundland hoined confederation, they weren't given fair treatment, especially in today's government, with Harper's "anti-Newfoundland" agenda. Newfoundland is a have-not province, and was a "have" province for approx. 5 seconds, so they were a full member of Canada for approximately 5 seconds. The NL First party fights for better treatment of Newfoundland, and if not seperation. I suppose that they are now leading towards seperation because of unfair treatment. Oh, and they are Pro-Life! The Progressive Conservative party, their name can be misleading. They aren't "progressive" like, "liberal". They are not hte ideology "progressive", thay are adjective progressive. So, they are also Pro-Life, headed by the very Catholic, very moral Danny Williams, the current Premier (although John Crosbie, the Lieutenant Governer, who represents the Queen in NL, has the same power over him as the Governer General does over the PM the Lieutenant Governer is also very Pro-Life, and very Catholic.). The PC (Progressive Conservatives) are a Red-Toryist party, and the Wikipedia page has a very very accurate explanation of Red Toryism, and the Progressive Conservatives, see here, (PC's) and here (Red Toryism) . Now, God Bless you for sitting through my long explanation, and forgive me for wasting your time, hehe.

Cukierski Apostolate, 10 cent challenge!

Okay, so the wonderful Cukierski Apostolate needs help, and are putting up a 10 cent challenge. If you donate a months worth, or (pick your package), they will send you little vials of PURE, real GOLD flakes or nuggets. Here is the link


Monday, 22 March 2010

The Essentials of proper Catechisation!

It is really essential, that today children are catechized properly. Taught the proper teachings, dogmas and doctrines of the church. They should not be taught from a personal opinion, they should be taught what the CHURCH says, not what Sr. Amelia Bedilia thinks. They should be in catechism class. Not "Childrens Liturgy", during mass. Childrens Liturgy, seperates children from the congregation, so they can't hear the priest speak. They should hear the priest speak, hopefully he's orthodox (but if he was he wouldn't allow CL). Catechizing children is not hard, it's not painful, and you won't die; so I don't know why people are so scared to. Some people say the droning the good ol' Baltimore Catechism is "clichè", well it's not, and does much good.

Children should be taught what the church teaches, what you are supposed to believe as a Catholic, because Catholics do not choose what we believe, we must believe what the church teaches, if not then we are not fully Catholic. The children must be taught prayers, the rosary.

You would be surprised about the lack of catechization in the progressive 60-70-80's. Children are our future Priests, Nuns, Monks, Brothers, Sisters, Deacons, etc... they are also our current Altar Boys. That's why proper catechisation is absolutely essential.

Though, Catholic children are being catechized more properly! The generations are becoming more orthodox, and more reverent. Thanks to the FSSP, ICRSS, Una Voce, etc... Thank God for our traditional Nuns and sisters, and our teaching orders. Thank God for the Monks of Downside Abbey, and for the Westminster Cathedral Choir School. Thank God for St. Bonaventure's College in Newfoundland (one of the very few orthodox Jesuit schools in British Canada). Thank God for St. Michael's Cathedral Choir School in Ontario. Thank God for the Dominicans, Thank God for the St. Benedict Center, Thank God for our teaching Brothers, and our Monks.

Our church is going through a hard, hard time right now. What, with the shake up over in the Publacht na hÈirlann, and the even more scandals in the Bundesrepublic Deutschland.

Remember. God will never give us anything we can't handle, and the gates of Hell will never prevail against the church!
Long Live the Pope

I think I was spammed

I just went to check my YouTube, looking for a hymn... And there was an inappropriate gay video favourited. What disgusting people! I must have left my account opened on a pc somewhere. Tell me: has anyone Reading, that has a YouTube account experience anything like this before?

I am so worried

Sunday, 21 March 2010

A little something of Joan Chittister

First of all, why are all the progressives named Joan? Its just so coincidental! Joan Sobala, Fr. Joan, Joan Chittister, the fabled Pope Joan, etc... Anyways, I have gotten some news on the sister Joan Chittister. I was parousing (if thats a word) a church bulletin from nearb where I live, and it seems that she will be giving a talk at the National Catholic Mission this year.

It reads
National Catholic Mission 2010 on TV
"A God for all Seasons" is the topic for this Annual Vision TV presentation (Channel 21) for Lent on March 29 and March 30 at 10:30pm. Father Par FitzPatrick and Sister Joan Chittister, O.S.B. are the presenters.
I look, umm, forward to watching this "interesting" chat. If you can't get VisionTV (and I don't think you can in the States, I don't know...) I think you'll be able to watch it online at www.visiontv.ca .
If you don't know what Vision TV is, is they are a TV station in Canada that broadcasts many different programs from different religions, from Islam (they show that alot) to Fundamentalism. They also show the Daily Mass from the CCCB, and the weekly Devotions to Our Mother of Perpetual Help from the Redemptorists Canada.

Saturday, 20 March 2010

What is Alluring?

Alluring. What is the definition? I know the definition. Tis Saint Hildegard von Bingen's music. It is alluring! Havest thou ever the chance of listening to the great saints music? It is astounding. alluring, beautiful, "enchanting" in a way.

It really is, uplifting. It is so beautiful! So, so beautiful! Just listen..........

The Pillar of the Cloud, (Lead, Kindly Knight)

This is one of the many, very beautiful poems by the Venerable John Henry Cardinal Newman, soon to be beatified.

Lead, Kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom,
Lead Thou me on!
The night is dark, and I am far from home --
Lead Thou me on!
Keep Thou my feet; I do not ask to see
The distant scene, -- one step enough for me.

I was not ever thus, nor pray'd that Thou
Should'st lead me on.
I loved to choose and see my path; but now
0 Lead Thou me on!
I loved the garish day, and, spite of fears,
Pride ruled my will: remember not past years.

So long Thy power hath blest me, sure it still
Will lead me on,
O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent, till
The night is gone;
And with the morn those angel faces smile
Which I have loved long since, and lost awhile

Friday, 19 March 2010

New Book about John Henry Newman

I must get it!

St. Vincent Archabbey

Well, here is an interesting link. I have also added them to the Honourable Mentions!


Thursday, 18 March 2010

Lets go Socialize with some Socialists, shall we?

What beauty sounds like...

The many times that I have heard the beautiful and absolutely astounding "Miserere Mei Deus" by Gregorio Allegri, it would take forever. It is absolutely beautiful, majestic and enchanting. It sends to me shivers. That beautiful High C, and the beautiful hymn all in itself! It is sorrowful sounding, but joyful also. I much love it when sang by the hauntingly beautiful Westminster Boys Choir, and Kings College. "Miserere Mei, Deus" was written by Gregorio Allegri, a priest and one of the churches greatest composers of choral music! It was originally meant for singing during Holy Week in the Sistine Chapel, and was forbidden to be played at any other time, and at any other place. It was considered to be too sacred. It was also forbidden to be transcribed for others to play, punishment being Excommunication; until Mozart, our little genius wrote the entire song down, by mere memory. It was then published. When the Holy Father had found out what had happened, he summoned the little Mozart to the Vatican. Mozart was freightened that he might be excommunicated, but instead the Pope praised him for his musical genius, and after that, the ban was lifted. It is really something to hear it. Beautiful, haunting, astounding, brilliant, enchanting.
The first video is of the Westminster Boys Choir, the second being Kings College Boys Choir.

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

What came in the Post today!!!

I got my Gloria Incense today. It is an eastern-smelling, type cinnamon, very good smelling smell. I haven't burnt it yet, 'cause I want to wait for my new censer. Very well!

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Beatification of John Henry Newman!

This picture can be found in a better resolution and better quality at my page
You can see my other pages at the very bottom of the side-bar.

What a surprise!

I was just watching the news, and as a little "break", they showed a picture of one of the Popes, with Mozarts Andante. I believe it was Pope Alexander VIII!

How exciting!

A joke to brighten up our days!

Ahh, lets see what I have found of CatholicPages......

A one for the Pope...

Karl Rahner, Hans Kung and Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger all die on the same day, and go to meet St. Peter to know their fate.

St. Peter approaches the three of them, and tells them that he will interview each of them to discuss their views on various issues.

He then points at Rahner and says "Karl! In my office..." After 4 hours, the door opens, and Rahner comes stumbling out of St. Peter's office. He is highly distraught, and is mumbling things like "Oh God, that was the hardest thing I've ever done! How could I have been so wrong! So sorry...never knew..." He stumbles off into Heaven, a testament to the mercy of Our God.

St. Peter follows him out, and sticks his finger in Kung's direction and "Hans! You're next..." After 8 hours, the door opens, and Kung comes out, barely able to stand. He is near collapse with weakness and a crushed spirit. He , too, is mumbling things like "Oh God, that was the hardest thing I've ever done! How could I have been so wrong! So sorry...never knew..." He stumbles off into Heaven, a testament to the mercy of Our God.

Lastly, St. Peter, emerging from his office, says to Cardinal Ratzinger, "Joseph, your turn." TWELVE HOURS LATER, St. Peter stumbles out the door, apparently exhausted, saying "Oh God, that's the hardest thing I've ever done..."

Haha. I thought that was so funny!

Monday, 15 March 2010

Question for you?

Would you say that the SSPX is schismatic? Or in "imperfect communion"? What do you think?

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Coming 'round the mountain.

My incense should be here soon, and my censer should be in a few weeks.

Also, the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada has officially asked for an ordinariate.
The ACCC, is mostly found in Ontario, and in the British and Irish Isles of North America, (Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton [Nova Scotia].)

Sunday, 14 March 2010

Amen to THAT!

I was just reading Cleansing Fire (the greatest blog of all time :) ), and a post by Dr. K caught my eye. It was wonderfully written! Dr.K goes on to explain how celibacy was not the problem that cause the abuse scandals!
It was well written, and a great explanation of the infriltration that the Church went through in those horrid days of the 60's. Well said!!!

Saturday, 13 March 2010

Sin Leading to Sin

From the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate Conception

Also, Rifugio San Gasparo is back! http://gasparian.stblogs.org/

Friday, 12 March 2010

Because the Pope Says SO!

Priests, wear your Roman Collars!
Sisters, wear your habits!
Laymen, get off the altar!
Joan Sobala, get out of your alb!
Nancy DeRycke, get out from behind the pulpit!
Martha and Bobo? Stop prancing around the church!
Little Emily, Please take off your surplice and soutane!
Why? Because the Pope Said So!

Thursday, 11 March 2010

Libera - Deep Peace

Oh boy, oh boy ..... wait 'till I get ahold of Google!

Okay, YouTube has changed again. I wanted to show you this Libera video of a song called "Deep Peace" ( a remake of the original ), and I can', because the EMBED link won't work.

What did I buy today?

Well, I wanted a new incense burner, so I bought one with a handle. It is a simple silver one, from ReligiousMall. My bloody PayPal was low on funds so, I settled with this because I didn't want to wait a millenia for more money to transfer. Anyhow, I did see the brass version on Eastern Church Supply, but they didn't accept PayPal!!! AH! So, as I said I settled for this:
I did want the one from Aquinas and More (here), but i'twas $34. The one that I bought was only €21, ($21, shipping and all!!). I have a few censers now. So, I hope I made a good buy! It is to go with my, recommended and praised (by Gen) Gloria Incense!

Thank You, BevansInk

Who has just become my 6th follower! I left a comment on the YouTube page of Mary's Dowry Productions, who make beautiful films of English saints!

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

I digress

Will I ever get iBreviary to work

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Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Liturgical Disaster: Carey "and the father will dance" Landry

His music makes my ears bleed. I am sick of hearing about the Father dancing, and prancing. I am sick of seeing him dance up and down aisles. I was looking through one of those "Glory & Praise" hymnals. It made me want to cry! I mean, come on! GET OUTTA THE SIXTIES! What a disaster. I am sure that the good man, (Carey Landry) can do better, right? I am sorry for being so critical, but, I mean...really? "Abba, Father". His good intentions are just, not all that good. Also, "Glory & Praise" sounds like a Pentecostal church "praise-worship-life-inclusive-happy-go-clappy-hippy-scantily-clad-praise-worship liturgical dance" type of hymnal.

But, I must applaud the Catholic Book of Worship for including some traditional hymns. I much, much, much more prefer the Adoremus Hymnal, and the St. Joseph's Missal hymnal (pre-Vatican II).

What didst arrive in the post today?

Today, in the post I recieve a Parson Crucifix from Cukierski Apostolat. It is very beautiful, and the holy cards they sent were magnificent. I also got a free pen! I will post pics later!

Monday, 8 March 2010


I believe that I am going to be bouncing off the walls in a few minutes, because I can not find out how to get iBreviary to be in English. I went to the iPod settings and clicked for it to be in English but, NO!!! Grrrr!! Oh well, patience is a virtue.....agh!

Sunday, 7 March 2010

The iPod too

I think Might just about kill iBreviary right now!!!! Everything is in italian!!!!!!!!

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Huh! Who KNEW!

Yesterday, I bought 2 candles from Dollarama that the wax comes out in different colors --- it is so beautiful! I also bought cone incense in a bottle -- they aren't so good. Very, very, poor quality (well what would I expect anyways, I bought them from the Dollarama). Though, at the Dollarama, you can buy pictures and statues and glass etchings of the saints, our Blessed Mother and Our Lord. You can also get votive candles with pictures on them. I also notices that at WalMart, where I seldom go, that they also sell 7 day votive candles! huh! Who Knew!

Though, I still prefer Aquinas & More, and the Cukierski Apostolate.

Those to come home...

As the Anglican Church in America and the Traditional Anglican Communion, and the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada have decided to come home, I must, absolutely must provide to you a list of links to their websites!!

Also, the

  • Orthodox Church of Pakistan
  • Nippon Kirisuto Sei Ko Kai
  • Church Missionary Society (TAC)
  • Missionary Diocese of Central America
  • Missionary Diocese of Puerto Rico
  • Church of Umzi Wase Tiyopia
  • Anglican Church of South Africa - Traditional Rite
  • Anglican Church of India

are coming home also. Any that I missed? Wrong link? Just comment!

The Forgotten Pope

Yes, many people have forgotten about His Holiness Pope John Paul I (though, I doubt my dear readers have). He only reigned for 33 days, and he is on the path to canonization. He is the Servant of God.

Papal Attire!!

In this video, from the Vatican, our Holy Father talks about how God speaks to us through the poor.

Picture of the Day!

The 40 English Martyrs!

Saturday, 6 March 2010

In Medjugorje

What do all of you think about Medjugorje? True? False?

If I ever have the chance....

To go to Sacred Heart Church in Medford, I would.
They are one of the very fine and orthodox churches in this world!!.
Here is their blog: here
and their youtube channel is here.
Check them out!! I am really suprised with my self that I have never mentioned them before, I have been following them on YouTube since I can remember!!

Friday, 5 March 2010

Updates!!!! A New Poll!!

I have added new background music, and I also have posted another poll about incense! I hope you all like the new background music (i'twas about time that I doth updated it, hehe).

And to thee, Enjoy!

Item of the Day!!!

Well, over at the Cukierski Apostolate, the item of the day is som Jerusalem Salve. It is $2 off, and is only $10 plus shipping and handling (which is usually cheap). Anyhow, I also forgot to mention with my Catholic stores list, the Catholic Leaflet Missal Company. They are also very traditional...

I will post more later!!!

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Interview......should I?

Somebody has recommended me to this Bloogers interview site. Should I do it?

As Fr. Liberal "left", the new Priest has moved "right" in!

Thank You! To "Reflections of a Catholic Critical Thinker" for being my 5th follower!

Now, my dear readers, you probably remember me posting about Fr. Liberal before? Well, if you haven't ... just look at my previous posts ... I can't locate the link, but anyhow.

Ever the new priest has been there, I have been there a few more times recently, to see how he is doing. These are the things I have noticed

  • When Fr. Liberal was there, at Lent, he would remove all the holy water. This Lent, there is more holy water in the church than there ever has been before!!
  • The Rosary Chapel has been taken care of more than what it was when Fr. L was there.
  • Our Lord is reverenced more.
  • He does confession whenever, even when he is most busy. Fr. L barely ever did confession, and when children would make their first confession, he would get his sister (not a nun) to "help him". He would also do it behind the altar. This new priest, does private confession and barely ever makes use of the "Reconciliation Room" that a former liberal had installed.
  • He is more friendly, and always wears his clerical collar, except for this one instance (when I believed he was sick, I could be wrong).
  • He is very, very pious (as all people, not only priests should be).

This new priest says the vernacular (Novus Ordo), but I much rather the TLM. Besides that though, he is very orthodox. I also checked their bulletin. Their collection has gone up!! I will soon post it.

Oh yes, and please forgive me for not posting yesterday. I was with my Grand Father again, he is not getting any better, I am afraid. Please pray for him!

Tuesday, 2 March 2010


Well, it looks like I made the good choice of buying Gloria incense。Gen, from Cleansing Fire said it 'twas his personal favourite

Monday, 1 March 2010

Incense, and 2 Questions

Well, it is March....the month of St. Joseph, and also the month dedicated to the Irish!
The other day, I bought some new incense for my house ... now, I haven't tried this brand before, and so I have high expectations. I have bought "Gloria" incense from Aquinas & More. Today, I have 2 questions.

1. Has anyone tried this incense before?
2. A few days ago, before buying the incense, I clicked on this link that went to the "Catholic Web Store", which was another website for Aquinas & More. Now, when ever I go to their website (Aquinas & More), up in the logo section, it comes up as the logo for the "Catholic Web Store". How can I get it to go back to the A&M logo???

Help!!!! Please??

Well, God Bless!