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Fight Bad Liturgical Music

The National Association of Pastoral Musicians is conducting a survey to determine what music "makes a difference" in the lives of American Catholics.

We are inviting NPM members and other American Catholics to tell us your selection for a liturgical song that makes a difference. We would like to know the texts and tunes that have done the most to help American Catholics to discover, explore, nourish, and deepen their faith.

We will continue to collect choices through September 30, 2005 and then publish a list of the most popular and important songs, according to the survey, later in the fall as well as some of the stories that we receive.

Enter once, enter often. Remember the song with the most votes wins.

Do it now. Click here.

Failure to act may result in "Gather Us In" being named most influential song of the century.

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Gather Us In just might be the most influential song in liturgy from recent years... Don't underestimate its potential to breed Marxism in parish life.

We picked Franz Schubert's "Ave Maria."

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