Here’s for King & Country drumming and singing the best version of “Little Drummer Boy” that I know
Monique Danielle is the queen of Christmas lighting
On Delores O’Riordan’s 47th birthday, the London coroner revealed the cause of her death.
Featured on the Drudge Report: U2 urges the Irish to vote for abortion and other artists are horrified.
Jodee Lewis knows that Americans and, really, people all over the world can allow themselves to get trapped. She wants her audience to transcend their surroundings.
I could listen to this all day! Friar Gabriel, Laura Beeson and Sean Beeson perform their song “Salve Regina.”
Yesh Tikvah sung solo by Benny Friedman in the music video, but with Six13 on the MP3 version.
I can’t help it. This is one of my favorite songs. It makes me laugh, good day or bad.
Here’s the tender and deeply moving 12th century Irish Christmas carol separately sung by Alison Krauss and Libera. “With Mary holy, we should pray, to God with love, this Christmas Day…”
Many people become depressed during the holidays. I hope you’re not one of them, but if you are, maybe this will help you or maybe it will help someone you know.
In dulci jubilo, Now sing with hearts aglow!
Brilliant lyrics and music mix. And of course, Jon Anderson has a beautiful voice. “Prove yourself, you are the move you make…”
NEW YORK – BlackFriar Films, a branch of the Dominican Friars, Province of Saint Joseph, is echoing the call of Pope Francis for young Catholics to “stir things up” and take their faith “to the streets.” The new BlackFriar Films music video does just that.
Too much rain for you this summer? Keep the faith with an oldie by the The Alarm… Richard Fulco wrote about this “lost gem” on February 13, 2013 @ http://www.riffraf.net/2013/02/lost-gems-rain-in-the-summertime-by-the-alarm/
Brave, beautiful and profound. “Happy Birthday” by Piper and Flipsyde. Click here to get the song. Piper on Twitter…
By LARRY NEUMEISTER Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — A judge has tossed out a lawsuit that sought to stop the display of a cross-shaped steel beam found among the World Trade Center’s rubble, saying the artifact could help tell the story of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. U.S. District Judge Deborah Batts in a ruling […]
Ring Christmas bells, Merrily ring! Tell all the world Jesus is King!
William Chatterton Dix wrote the beautiful lyrics to “What Child Is This?” He was an insurance agent and he wasn’t defined by his profession.
Legendary jazz musician Dave Brubeck was a class act and a Catholic convert.
Oct. 9 update: Collin Raye’s official music video is here! August 11, 2012 – Country music star and patriot Collin Raye has released a new song for the 2012 Election Year. Last December I interviewed Collin about his life and work, so Collin’s manager sent me “Never Gonna Stand for This” When I interviewed Collin, […]
My little celebration of Gov. Mitt Romney’s debate performance last night. It’s also a little homage to President Obama’s supporters who admit the thrill is gone. You can get this duet by B.B. King and Luciano Pavarotti by clicking here
We need something uplifting, so here’s a sweet tribute to salt-of-the-earth people from Michael Been and The Call. Rest in peace Michael Been. Born in Oklahoma City on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17, 1950, he died in Belgium on August 19, 2010 while working as a sound engineer for Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, a band […]
Wishing you a happy feast of the Triumph of the Cross! Remember what our Lord told Constantine the Great: “In hoc digno vinces” – “In this sign, you will conquer” Nice write-up about today’s feast @ http://www.catholicculture.org/culture/liturgicalyear/calendar/day.cfm?date=2012-09-14 Artwork from http://www.holycrossmedford.org/images/iconography/Exaltation_Holy_Cross.jpg
More big hair and big music. Way back when, I first heard this song on The Alarm’s “Declaration” album. It’s got theological flair like “I Still Believe” by Michael Been and The Call. Both songs inspire me to fight the good fight, especially during this crucial election year. While there are no MP3 downloads from […]