Category Archives: Music

On the Turntable

By | November 28, 2012

Occasionally I’ll say what’s “on the turntable.” And today, it’s Dvorak’s Te Deum (a rare 10″ LP version). This is a strong choral piece with a great ending. If you’ve followed my blog, you know I’m a big fan of Antonin Dvorak. A recent LP find is the “Golden Treasury of Catholic Verse.” The LP… Read More »

No Secret

By | April 16, 2008

Lyrics from the song by Stuart Hamblen: It is no secret, what God can do what He’s done for others, He’ll do for you with arms wide open, He’ll pardon you it is no secret what God can do Divine Mercy is not secret, but also not well known.

A Beautiful Day

By | April 6, 2008

Steubenville is not always gray and smelly. Today was actually rather sunny and nice. I took a walk in the neighborhood today–something I haven’t done since late last year. Easter Season is off to a good start. A recent find: A Child’s Garden of Freberg — a Stan Freberg “best of” LP from 1958. His… Read More »

A Petra Song for the Ages

By | December 30, 2007

I was surprised to find a video of a live performance of a Petra song: Hit You Where You Live. This is indeed an important song to me. The lyrics talk about Jesus “hitting” you where you live, i.e. changing your life. I particularly like the lyrics: The only way you’ll know what He has… Read More »

Searching for This?

By | October 1, 2007

The old ProLifeSearch is now ProLifeInternet.com, in case you were wondering. It’s been a while since I mentioned what is “on the turntable.” Today, Vaughan Williams 8th Symphony is the record of choice. The LP was purchased with both the 6th and 8th symphonies on it for 25¢. (Thanks be to God for thrift stores.)… Read More »