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Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution

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Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution

Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution

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Songs of the 1960s Catholic Folk Mass movement, as referenced in the book, "Keep the Fire Burning" by Ken Canedo (Available on Amazon.com)

Latest Episodes

Interview, Part 3: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Part 3 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This program focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

27 MIN2010 NOV 14
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Interview, Part 3: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Interview, Part 2: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Part 2 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This program focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

14 MIN2010 NOV 5
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Interview, Part 2: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Interview, Part 1: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Part 1 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This show focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

15 MIN2010 OCT 29
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Interview, Part 1: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

KTFB-Chapter 10f "The Dameans, Part 2: Songs of the New Creation"

THE DAMEANS: Hear tracks from the Dameans' second album! "Jesus Has Come," "Sign of Total Giving," "Have You Ever Been," "The Love of God Will Rise Before the Sun," and "The New Creation" Words and Music by Gary Ault; "All Our Joy" Words and Music by Darryl Ducote; "We Praise You Every Day" Words by Mike Balhoff, Music by Buddy Ceasar -- the above seven songs from the 1970 FEL recording,Songs of the New Creation,by the Dameans.

26 MIN2010 APR 27
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KTFB-Chapter 10f "The Dameans, Part 2: Songs of the New Creation"

KTFB-Chapter 10e "The Dameans, Part 1: Tell the World"

THE DAMEANS: Hear the early music of one of the most influential groups of the Folk Mass era! "Tell the World," "All That We Have," "Let All the Earth," and "The Spirit of the Lord" Words and Music by Gary Ault; "Shout Out Your Joy," "Sing Out His Goodness," "Turn Your Eyes," and "Look Beyond" Words and Music by Darryl Ducote; "Service" Words and Music by Buddy Ceasar -- the above nine songs from the 1969 FEL recording,Tell the World,performed by the Dameans.

23 MIN2010 MAR 9
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KTFB-Chapter 10e "The Dameans, Part 1: Tell the World"

KTFB-Chapter 10d "Jack Miffleton"

JACK MIFFLETON: Before he found his niche as a composer of children's music, Jack made his mark as a Folk Mass composer. "But Then Comes the Morning," "Yours Is the Kingdom," "I Am the Bread," "Lord, You've Come to Your Garden," "I Am the Good Shepherd," and "Alle, Alle" Words and Music by Jack Miffleton from the 1969 WLSM recording,With Skins and Steel

18 MIN2010 FEB 11
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KTFB-Chapter 10d "Jack Miffleton"

KTFB-Chapter 10c "Carey Landry"

CAREY LANDRY: This podcast features a Folk Mass composer who eventually became a giant in the field of catechetical music for children. Songs: "Where Two or Three," "Pardon Your People," and "The Spirit Is a-Movin'" Words and Music by Carey Landry; "Praise, Lord!" Words by Gordon Truitt, Music by Carey Landry; "Men of Faith" by James Healey -- the above five songs from the 1970 NALR recording,The Spirit Is a-Movin';"Man of Mind" by James Healey, performed by the Dameans from the 1969 FEL recording,Tell the World

16 MIN2010 JAN 27
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KTFB-Chapter 10c "Carey Landry"

KTFB-Chapter 10b "John Fischer"

JOHN FISCHER: This Chapter Ten podcast features the Baptist singer-songwriter who bridged the Catholic Folk Mass movement with the Protestant CCM movement. "The Cold Cathedral," "The Road of Life," "Alleluia! (Easter Day)" by John Fischer from the 1968 FEL recording, The Cold Cathedral "Way of All Flesh," "Jesus In Me," by John Fischer; "Trust and Obey" Words by JH Sammis, Music by John Fischer; "Death Is Swallowed Up" Words by John Fischer, Music based on Theme from Symphony No. 3 in C minor by Camille Saint-Saens; "Jesus, My Lord" by John Fischer from the 1970 FEL recording, Have You Seen Jesus, My Lord

28 MIN2010 JAN 9
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KTFB-Chapter 10b "John Fischer"

KTFB-Chapter 10a "We Shall Overcome"

1968: This podcast places the music of JOHN FISCHER, JACK MIFFLETON, the DAMEANS, and CAREY LANDRY within the context of 1968's unrelenting wave of social and political upheaval. "It's a Brand New Day" by Paul Quinlan and the New Day from the 1973 NALR re-release of the 1969 LP recording It's a Brand New Day "Alleluia (Easter Day)" by John Fischer from the 1968 FEL recording, The Cold Cathedral "Yours Is the Kingdom" by Jack Miffleton from the 1968 WLSM recording, With Skins and Steel "Let All the Earth" by Gary Ault from the 1969 FEL recording, Tell the World by the Dameans "Song of Baptism" by Carey Landry from the 1973 NALR recording, Hi, God by Carey Landry and Carol Jean Kinghorn "What Would You Have Us Do" by Carey Landry from the 1970 NALR recording, The Spirit Is A-Movin'

23 MIN2009 NOV 21
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KTFB-Chapter 10a "We Shall Overcome"

KTFB-Chapter 9f "They'll Know . . ." Sebastian Temple

SEBASTIAN TEMPLE: The Chapter Nine podcast series concludes with the music and life of the inspiring composer from South Africa who served the poor and charmed a princess. "Africa Belongs to the Lion" by Sebastian Temple from the 1965 Capitol Records recording, Africa Belongs to the Lion "Take My Hands," "Sing, People of God, Sing," "The Living God," "We Are One," and "The Blessed Sacrament" from the 1967 Franciscan Communications recording, Sing! People of God, Sing! "Make Me a Channel of Your Peace (Prayer of St. Francis)" from the 1967 Franciscan Communications recording, Happy the Man

27 MIN2009 NOV 19
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KTFB-Chapter 9f "They'll Know . . ." Sebastian Temple

Latest Episodes

Interview, Part 3: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Part 3 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This program focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

27 MIN2010 NOV 14
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Interview, Part 3: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Interview, Part 2: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Part 2 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This program focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

14 MIN2010 NOV 5
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Interview, Part 2: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Interview, Part 1: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

Part 1 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This show focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

15 MIN2010 OCT 29
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Interview, Part 1: Ken Canedo on WLUW, Loyola University in Chicago, 7/20/2009

KTFB-Chapter 10f "The Dameans, Part 2: Songs of the New Creation"

THE DAMEANS: Hear tracks from the Dameans' second album! "Jesus Has Come," "Sign of Total Giving," "Have You Ever Been," "The Love of God Will Rise Before the Sun," and "The New Creation" Words and Music by Gary Ault; "All Our Joy" Words and Music by Darryl Ducote; "We Praise You Every Day" Words by Mike Balhoff, Music by Buddy Ceasar -- the above seven songs from the 1970 FEL recording,Songs of the New Creation,by the Dameans.

26 MIN2010 APR 27
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KTFB-Chapter 10f "The Dameans, Part 2: Songs of the New Creation"

KTFB-Chapter 10e "The Dameans, Part 1: Tell the World"

THE DAMEANS: Hear the early music of one of the most influential groups of the Folk Mass era! "Tell the World," "All That We Have," "Let All the Earth," and "The Spirit of the Lord" Words and Music by Gary Ault; "Shout Out Your Joy," "Sing Out His Goodness," "Turn Your Eyes," and "Look Beyond" Words and Music by Darryl Ducote; "Service" Words and Music by Buddy Ceasar -- the above nine songs from the 1969 FEL recording,Tell the World,performed by the Dameans.

23 MIN2010 MAR 9
Comments
KTFB-Chapter 10e "The Dameans, Part 1: Tell the World"

KTFB-Chapter 10d "Jack Miffleton"

JACK MIFFLETON: Before he found his niche as a composer of children's music, Jack made his mark as a Folk Mass composer. "But Then Comes the Morning," "Yours Is the Kingdom," "I Am the Bread," "Lord, You've Come to Your Garden," "I Am the Good Shepherd," and "Alle, Alle" Words and Music by Jack Miffleton from the 1969 WLSM recording,With Skins and Steel

18 MIN2010 FEB 11
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KTFB-Chapter 10d "Jack Miffleton"

KTFB-Chapter 10c "Carey Landry"

CAREY LANDRY: This podcast features a Folk Mass composer who eventually became a giant in the field of catechetical music for children. Songs: "Where Two or Three," "Pardon Your People," and "The Spirit Is a-Movin'" Words and Music by Carey Landry; "Praise, Lord!" Words by Gordon Truitt, Music by Carey Landry; "Men of Faith" by James Healey -- the above five songs from the 1970 NALR recording,The Spirit Is a-Movin';"Man of Mind" by James Healey, performed by the Dameans from the 1969 FEL recording,Tell the World

16 MIN2010 JAN 27
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KTFB-Chapter 10c "Carey Landry"

KTFB-Chapter 10b "John Fischer"

JOHN FISCHER: This Chapter Ten podcast features the Baptist singer-songwriter who bridged the Catholic Folk Mass movement with the Protestant CCM movement. "The Cold Cathedral," "The Road of Life," "Alleluia! (Easter Day)" by John Fischer from the 1968 FEL recording, The Cold Cathedral "Way of All Flesh," "Jesus In Me," by John Fischer; "Trust and Obey" Words by JH Sammis, Music by John Fischer; "Death Is Swallowed Up" Words by John Fischer, Music based on Theme from Symphony No. 3 in C minor by Camille Saint-Saens; "Jesus, My Lord" by John Fischer from the 1970 FEL recording, Have You Seen Jesus, My Lord

28 MIN2010 JAN 9
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KTFB-Chapter 10b "John Fischer"

KTFB-Chapter 10a "We Shall Overcome"

1968: This podcast places the music of JOHN FISCHER, JACK MIFFLETON, the DAMEANS, and CAREY LANDRY within the context of 1968's unrelenting wave of social and political upheaval. "It's a Brand New Day" by Paul Quinlan and the New Day from the 1973 NALR re-release of the 1969 LP recording It's a Brand New Day "Alleluia (Easter Day)" by John Fischer from the 1968 FEL recording, The Cold Cathedral "Yours Is the Kingdom" by Jack Miffleton from the 1968 WLSM recording, With Skins and Steel "Let All the Earth" by Gary Ault from the 1969 FEL recording, Tell the World by the Dameans "Song of Baptism" by Carey Landry from the 1973 NALR recording, Hi, God by Carey Landry and Carol Jean Kinghorn "What Would You Have Us Do" by Carey Landry from the 1970 NALR recording, The Spirit Is A-Movin'

23 MIN2009 NOV 21
Comments
KTFB-Chapter 10a "We Shall Overcome"

KTFB-Chapter 9f "They'll Know . . ." Sebastian Temple

SEBASTIAN TEMPLE: The Chapter Nine podcast series concludes with the music and life of the inspiring composer from South Africa who served the poor and charmed a princess. "Africa Belongs to the Lion" by Sebastian Temple from the 1965 Capitol Records recording, Africa Belongs to the Lion "Take My Hands," "Sing, People of God, Sing," "The Living God," "We Are One," and "The Blessed Sacrament" from the 1967 Franciscan Communications recording, Sing! People of God, Sing! "Make Me a Channel of Your Peace (Prayer of St. Francis)" from the 1967 Franciscan Communications recording, Happy the Man

27 MIN2009 NOV 19
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KTFB-Chapter 9f "They'll Know . . ." Sebastian Temple
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