If you’ve followed this blog for some time, you will know that each Monday I do a post where I share some Christian music, either ancient or modern. I recently discovered a website which will help me select contemporary songs by Catholic artists, The Catholic Playlist Show:
Since I’m not regularly in Protestant circles these days, my exposure to Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) is not as great as it used to be, so this site and podcast is ideal for me. The other amazing thing is that about this site is that the Catholic Playlist Show exclusively showcases Catholic artists. Honestly, I think I could name all the prominant contemporary Catholic musicians I know on a single hand, so we’ll see if this site manages to change that!
I do love contemporary Christian music, but it is pretty spot-on:
What makes a good worship leader? More importantly, what makes a bad one?
Jim…this one is for you.
For the last few weeks in the Roman Rite, we have been hearing the “Bread of Life” discourse from John 6. As a result, I am sure many of you have been singing “I Am the Bread of Life” by John Michael Talbot. Well, good news! It turns out that there’s been a new verse released for the classic song: