“To Hope! A Celebration”: Dave Brubeck’s Jazz Liturgy UPDATED

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UPDATE:  Tom Loewe, co-host of the wonderful "Notes From Above" show on Ave Maria Radio, offered some great insights into the life of Dave Brubeck.  If you're a jazz fan, you won't want to miss Tom's tribute show this week!  Details below about Brubeck's life and music from Tom himself. Brubeck was, and will always be, one of the great icons of Jazz. He was the first Jazz artist to sell a million records with “Take Five” back in 1959 and his opus of recordings since that time is truly massive. H … [Read more...]

Rooted in Love: Tools and Inspiration for Catholic Women

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Sometimes for a woman, the Urgent is the enemy of the Important. Amid the cacophony of family life—the homework, the laundry, the dishes, the after-school football practice—it’s a temptation for a mother to simply overlook the really important part of her day, her relationship with Christ.  For the 75 percent of American women who also work outside the home, the challenge is compounded by the distraction of daily job pressures.Whatever a woman’s station in life—single, married with child … [Read more...]

Without Sin– Always. How Great Would That Be?

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December 8 - Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception “I Am the Immaculate Conception.”The young girl shook her head—she didn’t understand what she was hearing.  The Lady had just told her who she was, but it made no sense to Bernadette.  She had never heard those mysterious words before. * * * * * Between February 11 and July 16, 1858, the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to 14-year-old Bernadette Soubirous, the illiterate daughter of a miller, eighteen times at the grotto of Massabielle, near … [Read more...]


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