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TCC Playlist: We Are Many by The Hackensaw Boys

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The Hackensaw Boys

Our country is more divided than ever after Trump’s victory, but the Church teaches that we are one human family and must love one another, as difficult as that might be. As the Hackensaw Boys sing, “On your left side that’s your brother. On your right side that’s your sister.” Listen after the jump:

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TCC Playlist: I Don’t Want to Get Adjusted to This World by Iris Dement

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Iris Dement

Iris Dement grew up in a Pentecostal family in Arkansas. In her music she grapples with faith and doubt. Her strange drawl can take some getting used to, but it’s beautiful and haunting too. A great choice for today’s feast of Sts. Peter and Paul (both of whom were martyred for their faith). Listen to “I Don’t Want to Get Adjusted to This World” and more after the jump:

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TCC Playlist: Roll Away Your Stone by Mumford and Sons

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mumford & sons

“That’s exactly how this grace thing works.”

Marcus Mumford, the lead singer of the British bluegrass band Mumford and Sons, often employs religious imagery in his songwriting. His lyrics delve into relationships, as well as themes of doubt, sin, redemption and grace. A fitting track for Easter, listen to “Roll Away Your Stone” after the jump:

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