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Friday, December 12, 2008

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V

This is just awful. I have a feeling will be having similar thoughts of Matt Maher(no offense to Matt, but there is no need for 'catholic' rock.) in 10 years.

Roger H.

If it wasn't for Vatican II, that song would have been sung in Latin!

Jesus est amicus mei. Jesus est amicus mei. Jesus est amicus mei.

(I have no idea if that's right. It's from an online translator I used.)

Ed Peters

Arrrrggggggggggghhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Flashbacks from my high school religion classes!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rog, better: Jesus amicus meus est.

Deacon Harold

I watched the video last night and had nightmares. Did one of these guys start Life Teen?

Weeze

I don't know, the bass and guitar solos were pretty sweet.

Favorite line:

"He'll get you anyway He can...Zap!!!"

LJ

That's not Paulist Father Dave Dwyer (Busted Halo Show on TCC on Sirius) doing the lead singing is it?

joanne

Is it too mean to suggest that this song gave the lead singer numerous opportunities to "turn the other cheek"?
I hope I didn't just add to my Purgatory time by pointing that out. I couldn't resist the temptation.

Jeff Grace

I wish you hadn't posted this. I wish I hadn't seen it. I wish that song would simply get out of my head... :)

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