The song “Take Me to Church” by Irish recording artist Hozier was nominated for Song of the Year at the Grammy’s.  I must admit, I am not a pop culture guy. I spent most of the time when watching the Grammy’s asking my wife, “Who is that?” and “What is happening right now?”. When playing… Read More

A reader writes:Might you be able to post on our latest project out of the Diocese of Boston? It’s coming out this week and makes a great Christmas present- and supports a great school! It is very sweet. Here is the video:To purchase and for more information, go here.… Read More

A reader writes:I know you’re great at getting the word out. This seems well worth it to me. No personal connection just a love for Catholic musicians. gettingoutness of the word has now occurred.… Read More

Time was when music emerged out of the soul of a people and was created, like wine, ethnic foods, or cheeses by ordinary people and became popular because everybody liked it. It was more like the fruit on a growing vine than like a product (though, of course, musicians needed to be paid like the… Read More

Sister Julie Ann writes:Thought you might like to share a simply good song with others who may be experiencing the lyrics of the song…Franciscan Sisters offer their September Song of the Month, “In the Middle of Heaven and Here”, a free song download for the new semester at their Franciscanized World page: and all… Read More

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