Category Archives: Music
Sunday’s Gospel was the story of the Man Born Blind, how Christ healed him up, of the blindness, and healed his heart also. John 9:1-41 As Jesus passed by he saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked him, … Continue reading
Last Sunday (yesterday) the Gospel reading was from John, about The Woman at the Well, one of the longer Gospel readings in the year, even the abbreviated version is longer than usual. (This is only an excerpt.) Gospel of John Chapter … Continue reading
Allow me to introduce you to Simcha Fisher, if you’ve never met her. Busy housewife, killer sense of humor, Mother of many, devout Catholic. She writes for Patheos and the National Catholic Register, among other things. From her recipes, she … Continue reading
Here’s an Oldie, but a Goody. My daughter once met the lady who sings this, and said she was very kind to all her fans, especially the kids.
I recall hearing this song about 1967. For some reason, I was waiting around in the Art Department at college, when some of the students working there put this album on, almost like elevator music, to be in the background … Continue reading
Some years back, a friend gave me a CD of Edith Piaf’s music which had belonged to his Belgian Grandmamma. She had purchased it on one of her return trips. This was the first cut on the album. She had … Continue reading