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Mark C. N. Sullivan is an editor at a Massachusetts university. He is married and the father of three children. Email
I have to go with the Brownies. There was an appealing honesty regarding their merits. They were pretty much horrible and nobody made any bones about it.
Not so with the Jesuits who gave us the St. Louis Sound in folk Mass hymnody, and who still are upheld as trendsetters in parish music ministries across the land.
Check out the site of "Sing a New Song" and "Here I Am, Lord" composer Dan Schutte, the former Jesuit responsible for the Lamb of God you hear at just about every local parish (and probably many of the other hymns, besides).