016-Time for Serious Levity Five

“How Can I Keep from Singing” arranged and sung by John Foley, SJ and John Kavanaugh, SJ (Ways to Get Through album, 1972) seems like the perfect song to accompany us into celebration of the Triduum – Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Holy Thursday; Good Friday; Easter Vigil; Easter Sunday and Easter Vespers.

May this song of hope and trust, founded in the experience of divine graciousness, bless us al this Holy Week! –roc,sj


[PS: I don’t have an album cover to post (yet) but will look for one in my archives.]


  1. I can’t keep from singing praises and worship, glorifying the King of Glory!!!!!!!!!!!!


  2. Candice Tucci, osf says:

    Hey Roc, I have the album at home. I’ll take a picture of it and send it on.


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