Catholic Signal Corps (David Young/Jennifer Roberts/Fr. Zuhlsdorf)
David Young has a long history in technology and founded the cloud computing company Joyent. Joyent was responsible for supporting some of the biggest and earliest success on the web including Twitter, Tumblr, the Facebook developer platform, eBay, and many others. He and other engineers at Joyent invented the development platform node.js which now powers nearly 30% of the entire world-wide-web. He is a Catholic in San Diego, CA, and attends and supports an FSSP parish. David Young and Fr John Zuhlsdorf started The Catholic Signal Corps. The Corps is comprised of a number of elite computer engineers and administrators able to provide the best technical support and designs for priests, prelates, and religious using contemporary digital tools to deliver the message of the Gospel to receptive populations around the world.
Fr. John Zuhlsdorf studied at the University of Minnesota. Formerly a Lutheran, he says his conversion to Catholicism was set into motion after hearing a piece of sacred polyphony on the radio. He was ordained a priest in Rome by Pope John Paul II on May 26, 1991. After ordination, Fr attended the Patristic Institute Augustinianum, which conferred a Licentiate of Sacred Theology. Fr. Zuhlsdorf became a weekly columnist for the traditionalist newspaper The Wanderer, and has appeared on EWTN and the Fox News Channel. He is best known for his blog Fr. Z's Blog in which he comments on Catholic tradition and current Church events, advocates for a reverent celebration of both authorized forms of the Roman Rite liturgy of the Mass, and for the growth of the sacrament of Penance. Zuhlsdorf is president of the Tridentine Mass Society of Madison, Wisconsin
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