I love Walk Off the Earth

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Catholic Music is Busting Out all Over

First, of course, is my fellow Patheosi’s bluesy new CD Late to Love, based on the work of St. Augustine. If there was ever a Catholic theological rationale for the blues needed, Augustine, the guy who gave you original sin, is the man to provide it. (Okay, actually it was Adam who gave you original [Read More...]

Reader Edward Patrick Mooney writes

I thought you might be interested in what we are trying to bring to contemporary Catholic music: Here is a free listen to our newest release from Streets Of Rome Edward Patrick Mooney Streets Of Rome – Contemporary Catholic singer-songrwiter band Sonoma County, California Check it out! [Read more...]

Having posted an Arrogant Worms vid yesterday

I might as well post another today since they are so fun! This goes out to Peter Shea. [Read more...]

God made man clever so he could do stuff like this

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A Priest’s Indie Music Project

Reader Ancilla Domini writes: I hope this note finds you well & happy. I wanted to share the following with you. Fr. McGoldrick is a friend and seminary classmate of my dear Fr. Zelonis. I’m sending it along hoping to garner him some traffic and some support for his project. Visit if you like! Check [Read More...]

Hey Music Lovers!

The Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity write: For those who want to enjoy and deep and discerning poetic experience, the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity are featuring Kelly Mulhollan’s adaptation of Wallace Stevens’ poem “Never Ending Conversations” in a unique and moving musical setting. A free download through June at the Franciscanized world: http://fscc-calledtobe.org/ Check [Read More...]

Gregorian Chant Camp for Kids

No. Really: This seems like the sort of thing NPR would do a story on. [Read more...]

Jeffrey Mark Ostrowski writes

Deo Gratias! Here’s a new, exciting resource: This will be very helpful for the English Resources that have become available: Simple English Propers, Lalemant Propers, Graduale Parvum (Birmingham Oratory), and so forth, because all those resources use the Reformed (1974) Graduale Romanum. More info [Read more...]

Something for us All to Think About

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