Thursday, July 3, 2014


                                     Can you see a music video for this song titled Novena? So can we.

I know this may sound weird but in 2014 if you listen to music the chances of you “donating” “contributing” “crowdfunding” $5 towards a music video project is slim to none. I mean, $.99 per son on iTunes is good enough, right? Besides, music is all over the web, videos too, for free! 

However conveniently accessible music & music videos are today, when was the last time a music video came on & you said, “Hey, look at this music video I helped pay for” Probably never.

How many times have you clicked “donate $1” at the checkout of your local Duane Reade or Wallgreens for some organization you have 0 knowledge about but you did it because you trust the company your shopping with and you do want to be a part of something positive.

Making a contribution towards Rabelzs' first music video is just as simple as the donation system set up at Rite Aid or Whole Foods; minus the checkout lines. I urge you to trust that The Lord is preparing to bridge the gap between Catholicism & Hiphop. 

It is imperative for this type of music to circulate within the our urban culture. The sacraments are uplifted! The most high is glorified & egos are set aside. 

I don’t even say “damn” in my lyrics. (pardon)

Being a part of something positive doesn’t always have to be initiated by corporations; who have the time & money to “brainwash market” for the support of great causes. I wish not to brainwash anyone but to raise awareness. Raising the awareness is our job to do & it shouldn’t cost a thing. But it does! & I need you to support what you believe. 

Jesus to Saint Faustina:  Do not be afraid of suffering, I am with you, (151 ). The more you will come to love suffering, the purer your love for Me will be. (279).
Saint Faustina: Oh Jesus, I thank you for the Little daily crosses, for opposition to my endeavors, for the hardships of communal life, for the misinterpretation of my intentions, for humiliations at the hands of others, for the harsh way in which we are treated, for false suspicions, for poor health and loss of strength, for self-denial, for dying to myself, for lack of recognition in everything, for the upsetting of all my plans. (343).

Merciful Jesus, teach me to appreciate the difficulties of life, sickness, each suffering, and with love take up my daily cross.
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Video to be shot by Nick Torres Santana aka Dyverse