Music for Your Monday: Beatles Epicosity

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Oh, internet, you’re such a wonderful thing sometimes. This mashup/medley makes my Beatles loving heart do a hap-hap-happy dance (watch the annotations to see which parts of each song are playing at the same time): Also love this. I never thought that my favorite song of all time could be improved on, but in this video, George Martin and Dahni … Read More

Music for Your Monday: Pregnant and I Know It

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Oh, my heavens! I can’t think of a more delightful note to start the work-week off with than this hilarious spoof. Some of you may have seen this already. It went viral about a month ago, but I only just discovered it this weekend. “Waddle, waddle, waddle, waddle, waddle, yeah!” Haha! How cute is she? Happy Monday, everyone. 🙂 The … Read More

Bethlehemian Rhapsody

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Lol. Love this. Nothing says Christmas quite like Queen…or an epic Queen parody, at least! h/t to my Facebook friend Allison!

The Search for God Cannot Wait

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On this day 10 years ago, my favorite musician, Mr. George Harrison, lost his battle with throat cancer and the “Quiet Beatle” was silenced forever in this world. Harrison was always considered the most spiritual of all the Beatles and, in a statement released by his family on the occasion of his death in 2001, he was credited as often … Read More

Music for Your Labor Day Monday: Something More

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Rebecca Taylor called this the “theme song for the culture of life” and I have to agree. The major difference between the culture of life and that of death is one word: hope. And since it’s Labor Day, revisit: The Liturgical Dignity of Work

Music for Your Monday: A Homeschool Family

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This is cute. From comedian Tim Hawkins:

Veni, Sancte Spiritus!

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I really love this: The disciples spoke in the language of every nation. At Pentecost God chose this means to indicate the presence of the Holy Spirit: whoever had received the Spirit spoke in every kind fo tongue. We must realize, dear brothers, that this is the same Holy Spirit by whom love is poured out in our hearts. It … Read More

Music for Your Monday: Cicada Song

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A bit of a different music Monday today. This song has no real pro-life message – unless you consider the fact that it’s their mating song. Cicadas come out every 13 years here in Mid-Missouri to sing and mate. The last time they were out was 1998, so this year is their year to party and they’re out in full, … Read More

Music for Your Monday: a Pro-Adoption Rap

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Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels and Sarah McLachlan, both adopted, sing “to every life and every soul that has been touched by the reality of the experience of adoption” (h/t Jen) The girl gave birth to a baby boy He’s not a burden, he’s a bundle of joy She was just a young girl in her youth And her parents tried real … Read More

Music for Your Monday: Raymond

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I’m not a big country music fan. But I recently came across this song by Brett Eldredge and found it quite lovely given that the sick and the elderly are often considered a “burden” on families and society these days: