Sunday, November 23, 2008


Listen below, or download here. (44:40/40.9 MB)

Party hearty, folks!  Here it is, our 150th episode!  So, i pose the question: "Cent-and-a-half-tennial" or "Sesquicentennial"?  How do we celebrate?  With a timeline of wacky events from CVA #100 all the way up to CVA #150.
The winner of our Krakowska Kielbasa parody contest is David Lauria. Click here for the words and melody to sing along with Shamus O'Reilly!
CVA Semi-Live on Route 3 (music for the 27th Sunday after Pentecost Extraordinary Form Low Mass, the last one at St. Leo the Great Church)

1. The Kingdom of God (tune: Laudate Dominum)
2. Ave Verum Corpus (written by W. A. Mozart)
3. Pange Lingua Gloriosi (Chant, Mode III)
4. To Jesus Christ, Our Sov'reign King (tune: Ich Glaub an Gott)
5. Now Thank We All Our God (tune: Nun Danket), sung by the St. Luke Church Contemporary Choir (Barrington, RI), directed by David Lauria. Karen Casale, cantor.
6. Rigaudon (written by Andre Campra), performed by yours truly!

Don't Do This at Church
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Sign of Peace Edition, brought to you by Opera Karaoke
News at the Door from the Schwan's Schnark: A cool new way to cook veggies!
NEW FEATURE! Songs that Get on Everybody's Nerves (a short ditty featuring Zeke the Porch Monkey)
At left is a picture of Pancho O'Malley, who we mentioned just a couple of episodes ago.
Additional Links: Stephen Colbert's "liturgical dance"

CVA/CVTV Krakowska Kielbasa Wall of Fame / How to Get Your Deli on the Wall of Fame
CVA Interactive Corner (including the Facebook group, Fans of Christus Vincit Anywhere)

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