I'm pleased to report that progress continues for them and that the blessing of the cornerstone took place on October 5th of this year.
As the Society's website states:
The next day (Saturday, October 5) saw another important ceremony, the blessing of the church's cornerstone. Though as a symbolic piece this cornerstone does not have the same structural import as the roof trusses, nonetheless it has a far more religious significance. THE cornerstone (or in Latin lapidis angularis) is of course Our Lord Jesus Christ, "the stone the builders rejected" and thus crucified Him, of Who a church building itself represents.
Present for this ceremony, was from his residence in Chicago, Illinois, Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerais, those previously mentioned out-of-town and in-town clergy and religious, as well as the Benedictine monks of Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery who came from Silver City, New Mexico. Approximately 300 faithful were also in attendance.
Inscribed on the cornerstone's facade were these words:
Our Lady of Sorrows Church October 5, 2013
Stabat iuxta crucem Jesu mater eius
(There stood at the cross of Jesus, His mother).