Mass In G Minor-Gloria Mass In G Minor-Credo Mass In G Minor-Sanctus No share here, but you can find the related share here from a year ago. When I threw that share up last year, I mentioned that I thought there were identical albums stamped with newspapers in different cities, and here's a scan of a record to prove that. This version comes all the way from Hawaii, and has been stamped by The Honolulu Advertiser.
That's a long trip for this album, but it proves my point that this record was pushed in many different cities across the US. Looks like this paper is still around , though it's now the Honolulu Star-Advertiser after a merger in Its history extends back to , long before Hawaii was a US state or even a territory.
How about that for a history! One more is never enough when you can have two more, so here's yet another album from The Lundstroms! This time around it seems to be the soundtrack to a video special they made, and there are plenty of special moments you don't get on the other discs.
Lots of chit chat, and an actual sermon from family patriarch Lowell! Don't tell me I didn't save the best for last. Same deal with this one, it got left in the car yet didn't melt. Hard to believe, but true. Special Edition! See how great I am to you. Having said that, I find no evidence there was ever a non-special edition. Maybe you'd like a participation trophy, too, I've got a whole stack here Something Great Is Happening 2.
Headin' Home For Christmas 3. On A Winter Day 4. Look Out Bear 5. The Joys Of Christmas Day 7. Jesus Is My Gift 8. Wilderness Day 9. Christmas Medley We Sing Christmas Day Welcome Back Jesus Jingle Bells Christmas Message Hosanna MEGA.
It's been a long time since I've brought you any Christmas music from The Lundstroms family, but I'm back tonight with another cool album they put out back in the day. I first shared the music of this religious family back in here and here , or if you want active download links, go here and here. I'm not sure what first drew me to their music other than I think I saw a track from them on an Andy Cirzan mix, and I'm not sure I've ever found that exact track, but you know what they say, the more the merrier.
So when I found yet another album of Christmas music from the family, I just had to have it. However, I almost didn't have it. I went looking for it a day or so after buying it, and I couldn't find it. I eventually found it under the front seat in the car, not where you want to find a record in the middle of the summer in Florida.
I put it aside for a couple of years thinking that there was nothing of value there except the sleeve until one day I picked it up and took a good close look. Maybe it was a cool day, or there was just enough shade or something. Maybe it's a Christmas miracle! Either way, you get some more Lundstroms music! Comments on altar boy What made you want to look up altar boy? Get Word of the Day daily email!
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He Came Here For Me. Home For The Holidays. My Favorite Things. Genre: Pop. Style: Ballad , Vocal. Notify me of new comments via email. Powered by CITE. Missing lyrics by Carpenters? Know any other songs by Carpenters? Don't keep it to yourself! Add it Here. Not only are you not too old, but a priest would probably welcome a high-school age altar server as being more likely to use the opportunity as part of discerning a vocation to the priesthood.
In my experience, altar servers who begin after 8th grade come up to speed very quickly. Too old to be an Altar Boy? Catholic Living Vocations. One of our altar servers is an elderly retiree who assists at weekday masses. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Add links. Pop, seasonal."Little Altar Boy" is a song written by Howlett Peter Smith, in and first recorded that year by vocalist Vic Dana for his album This Is Vic Dana. In an introspective moment, Dana performs this quiet song in the musical-comedy film Don't Knock the Twist Background. The song is about a man who has done wrong and goes to church for the.