Baltimore, Maryland’s spectacular Cathedral of Mary, Our Queen

Well, so much has been going on, and I’ve been sitting at my computer all weekend updating and cleaning and moving and doing. I’m tired and need to clean my house, but I just HAVE to share! (So excited!)

This past Friday, I went to Baltimore, to meet with the rectors of three places we’re going to include in Season 1 of our show: the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, the Mother Seton House, and St Alphonsus. I also visited the Basilica in Baltimore, b/c even though we’re not shooting there yet, I just had to go.

Up until recently, I’ve been using MySpace to load my stuff for these pages, but since I’ve been adding massive amounts of photos to the photo pages, which you’ll see as soon as I put them up, I ran out of space! So I had to move everything over to our hosting site, and that took some learning. Then I had to reclean my photos, and just redo everything because I’m a perfectionist. Whaddya gonna do?

The result is AWESOME—if I don’t say so myself! Check out our new Blog page, where you can link directly to the pages you want to see. It so rocks, and the best thing is, I did it myself! Hee! (This stuff is hard for me.)

Now, what’s in store… I’m working on scripts for the following shows, which we’ll begin shooting as soon as Lent is over:

  • St Elizabeth Ann Seton Shrines, Baltimore and Emmitsburg
  • Old St Patrick’s Cathedral, NYC
  • St Patrick’s Cathedral, NYC
  • Baltimore’s Cathedral of Mary Our Queen
  • Blue Army Shrine in NJ
  • Baltimore’s St Alphonsus Church
  • St John Neumann Shrine in Philadelphia

That gives us 10 shows in total—including the Miraculous Medal, which is done, and St Rita of Cascia and St Katharine Drexel, which we are editing. We have to deliver 10 shows by September to be on air!!

Will you pray for us? It’s a lot to do, but I think, as long as I keep focused, and keep praying, God may work a teensy miracle for me. He knows this is all for Him, anyway. 🙂

Until next time. Enjoy the photos!

Oh, and I don’t think you can comment on the blog now, since it’s being saved to our server. I don’t know why, But I did read that in the Mac info. Sorry. But you can always send us an email from our Contact page!! And if I don’t respond, it means I haven’t gotten your email. I’m usually very good about responding right away. Although we have noticed that if you use AOL, we don’t ever get your email. Sorry. I have to find out if I can fix that.

Tah!