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 on: September 16, 2009, 07:38:46 AM 
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Browsing the website, opening the pages, submitting information should normally be available without any prior configuration.

However, sometimes a computer may be configured in such away that does not
let pages open easily or information be submitted.

I suggest to check the following:

1.  Ensure that popup blockers are not set to block page content.

This link will give you information on common Popup blockers how to disable:

This link will show you how to disable Google Toolbar Popup blocker in particular:  

Popup blockers are among the most common reasons why pages do not open or
work as they are expected.  Security software and settings could also be a factor.  
You can try to disable security software temporarily.

2.  Try a different computer to access if available at the location to
determine if it is specific to the computer.

If you are not able to access with more than one computer on the network you may need to check with your IT department or computer vendor.  Try also to access from an independent computer such as a public library if the all the computers at a location or network cannot access.

I suggest also once you have done this to clear the Cache on your browser, this will vary according to your browser type and version.  

One example for Internet Explorer:  Go to Tools - Internet Options - click on Delete Files ... for the temporary Internet files and do the same for Clear History.  Then close Internet Explorer, open it again and retry.

 on: August 10, 2009, 03:38:41 AM 
Started by alacoque - Last post by alacoque
Blessed be God in His most precious and wonderful gift, to us, of His abiding and sustaining Presence in the Blessed Sacrament - and in His incomparable gift of Eucharistic Adoration!  For those of us who spend time in Adoration before the Blessed Sacrament, exposed, we can truly and confidently say - on any given day that we have been in His Presence at adoration:  "We have SEEN God !!" 

Do we realize, fully, the import and the meaning of this statement?  Truly, during time spent in adoration of His Real Presence, exposed in the monstrance, we can confidently and in awesome awareness, say and know that we have seen, with our own human eyes, the Almighty, Triune God!

And, certainly, not less important, we can say that HE has gazed, with Love, upon us, in those moments, those hours, in a special way.  He has Loved us there, touched us and surrounded us with His infinite Divine Mercy and compassion.......He thirsts!!!  -  for us; for our love; which we have humbly and sincerely given to Him as we looked upon His face - the Face of God!

 on: August 10, 2009, 03:28:58 AM 
Started by alacoque - Last post by alacoque
For the special intention of reconciliation, unity, mercy and compassion in my family, according to the most loving will of Our Father.

 on: August 10, 2009, 03:26:56 AM 
Started by alacoque - Last post by alacoque
For the spread of Eucharistic Adoration, in the U.S. and throughout the world, through the intercession of Mary, the Mother of God.

 on: August 02, 2009, 12:01:59 PM 
Started by admin - Last post by admin
You may register at:

Once registered you may post your intentions.

A form will be added in the future as well.

 on: August 02, 2009, 11:59:48 AM 
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Prayer Intentions link has been added to the menu.
Currently you may register on the Forum and post your intentions.
A form will also be added in the future.

 on: August 02, 2009, 11:47:41 AM 
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Please pray for the following Intentions:

For Our Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI:  for his protection and success in all his efforts.

For Our Holy Father's Prayer Intentions For 2009.

For the Bishops of the world that they may by holiness of life and wisdom guide and direct us in these extraordinary times where the spirit of the age threatens Christian values.

For our Priests that Our Lord may give us saintly priests.  Grant to them apostolic hearts, filled with love, so that, being themselves sanctified, they may sanctify us who are entrusted to their care and bring us safely into Heaven.

 on: July 10, 2009, 11:01:34 PM 
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A link has been added to the bottom of the main pages of the website:  "Join Our Mailing List"

 on: July 10, 2009, 07:39:49 AM 
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The Mailing List link allows you to subscribe to to receive email from

The following interest areas can be selected when you register:

Books and Supplies - notices of new offerings.
Course Offerings - notices of new offerings.
Important Notices - as needed.
Monthly Newsletter - will be sent on the 1st of each month.
Prayer Intentions - weekly or as needed.
Website News - as needed.

These interest areas will be updated in the future as required. 
You will need to add yourself to any new interest groups if you wish to recieve any mailings from those interest groups.
You can at any time update the selection of interest groups or be removed from future mailings at the Subscription Center.

The subscription center is the place where you will be able to choose the desired interest groups and also enter your information, such as first name, last name.  You have access to the subscription center once you signup.

To access the subscription center at any time after signup:
click on your secure link from the original email.

If you do not have the original link, simply reenter your email address in the Join Our Mailing List link and you will see a message appear that indicates your email address is already subscribed and that "If you wish to change your subscription preferences, click the button below. A secure link to your subscription centre will be sent to the email address above."

You will receive the link in your email to click on that allows you to change your subscription settings or if you wish to be removed from future mailings. 

 on: April 25, 2009, 06:16:41 PM 
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