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    Best Ignatian Songs: Jesus Is Just Alright

    Today's Best Ignatian Song takes us back to the 70s, to the Jesus movement and to the hippie counterculture that put songs like "Jesus...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Laughing With

    Regina Spektor is an indie pop singer-songwriter and pianist with a serious bent.  She's written several songs on biblical themes.  In "Laughing With," she...

    Best Ignatian Songs: O Bone Jesu

    Here is a sublime Holy Week meditation by the Ignatian Schola, a vocal ensemble in Manhattan composed of Jesuits and lay colleagues. O bone Jesu miserere...

    Best Ignatian Songs: You Are Not Alone

    I like this song, the singer (Mavis Staples), and the acoustic accompaniment by Jeff Tweedy, who wrote it.  (Tweedy is also the lead singer...

    Best Ignatian Songs: One of Us

    I'm in a small group for Lent in my parish, and the other night we talked about how hard it is to see Christ...

    Best Ignatian Songs: I Say a Little Prayer

    It's Valentine's Day. Give her flowers, write him a poem, dress up and go out for a special dinner--but also say a little prayer...

    Best Ignatian Songs: I Dreamed a Dream

    Right after she saw the movie Les Misérables, my daughter Sarah texted me: "Great movie. Bring Kleenex." Right on both counts. Great movie. Les...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Tears of God

    Much of the music from the rock-blues-R&B band Los Lobos derives from Mexican Catholic culture.  Check out the picture of Our Lady of Guadalupe...

    Best Ignatian Songs: “Immanuel”

    Here's a New Year's proclamation--a great song by Michael Card sung by school children in Chester Cathedral in the UK.  

    Best Ignatian Songs: "Comfort, Comfort, O My People"

    "Comfort, Comfort, O My People" is a lovely Advent hymn, based on verses from Isaiah 40.  This version is by the Ignatian Schola, a...

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