The Doug and Dave Show is proud to present its brand new episode, “Mass Confusion,” which explores the Catholic Faith within the context of the Mass. The show shares the beauty, history and mystery of the source and summit of our Faith — in an engaging manner that draws the attention of all ages and backgrounds.
“Mass Confusion” brings the Mass alive through rich sketches, quirky characterizations, and Holy-Spirit-filled music, leaving audiences open to the treasures of our Faith.
“Our prayer is that the next time people come to an actual Mass, they will appreciate its ancient history and realize they are part of something that has been ripening on the vine for 2000 years,” says show co-host Doug Brummel. “We hope they participate more, sing more, pray more, and even become better stewards of all that God has blessed them with.”
The show features all-original music, including Mass parts titled, “Mass of the Pines,” as well as songs from the duo’s brand new album, “Called,” which was recorded in Nashville in 2019.
“We hope the music we have composed can help bring each part of the Mass alive in new ways,” says co-host Dave Wilson.
Doug has toured the United States for more than 30 years, serving over 1,400 parishes with his Lighten Up! parish missions, re-treats, conference keynotes and other presentations. Known as the “man of many faces,” Doug literally transforms himself into some never-to-be-forgotten characters who share the Gospel message and teachings of the Church in ways that connect our faith to everyday life.
Dave is an established musician, singer and storyteller. An award-winning songwriter, he has spent the better part of the past two decades as a touring country music artist.
With all of their experience, and the Holy Spirit’s guidance and protection, the Doug and Dave Show’s “Mass Confusion” is quickly becoming in high-demand in parishes throughout the country. They are currently booking presentations for parishes who dare to try something out of the box to welcome all into its doors!
For further information and to get your parish on the schedule, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 303-810-8798.