Book Review - Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution

A fascinating read by Ken Canedo about the Church in the 1960s, and how Vatican II and the turbulent social and political times gave birth to the Folk Mass.
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Published by: Jmdube
Date: 2011-05-03 22:32:14
This book is a wonderful idea! The podcasts are a blast from the past!This music did so much to bring the young of that time closer to Christ then and They Still Are in the Church todayThank youfor the book which I hope to get!

Published by: Ammazzamoro
Date: 2010-05-25 07:56:20
Ever since Catholic folk music forced its head into the sacred space of the Church, we haven't had any good music written or played on a widespread level for our coffee houses, bars, and restaraunts. This is terribly lamentable considering the secular push into our Masses has not only violated our Masses themselves but has also left our personal lives devoid; barren of a rich Catholic culture outside of the Mass. This book is filth and corrosive to the souls of men.

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