Mysterium: building Catholic culture through the arts

During the Fall of 2004, I played a small coffeshop gig at Franciscan University: my opening act was the newly-arrived freshman singer-songwriter, Kevin Heider. He was good. Real good. Fresh, witty, but not annoying. Not the usual guy-with-a-guitar-and-a-song fare. Now, with some friends, he’s up to some great work with Mysterium, a collective of Catholic artists. I just supported their Kickstarter project for their new live studio album — The Glory Collective, Shine — and you should too. I am especially supportive of the way they frame their work: within an aesthetic, intellectual, and unapologetically Catholic worldview. 

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