If you remember what commercial our title is referencing, then we bet you're wondering what that might have to do with this week's podcast.  Grab that cup of your favorite beverage and join us for riveting discussions on this past weekend's solemnity (2 sets of Masses again!), the oldest 4th of July parade in the country, the Book of Acts and why we still don't have a national hymnal!  This episode is longer than usual so be forewarned! 

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Honorable Mentions

Bristol, RI's 4th of July Parade is the oldest, continuous Independence Day celebration in the country. Their website is full of information and if you can't make it in person you can view the stream online here (I hope...)

Steve's song selections for his parish patronal feast:

Radiant Mary by Daniel Kantor - GIA 

Magnificat by James Chepponis - GIA

One Love Released by Kevin Keil - OCP

And...if you're not old enough to remember the Almond Joy/Mounds commercials here's an '80's blast from the past to get yourself acquainted with some vintage pop culture.

AuthorJoanne Mercier