Greg Walton
Greg Walton is a dynamic Catholic speaker and musician who integrates the sacred and secular as a means to evangelize youth, young adults and families. 

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When Greg Walton was in fifth grade he begged his parents to buy him a guitar so he could imitate the art of musical legends - Elton John, The Beatles, and Fleetwood Mac. He was a quick study, but soon found that his real passion for music came from being a part of his own parish community. His participation in the youth choir and his deep reflection on the Bible prompted his interest in music evangelization and a stronger commitment to his Catholic beliefs.

After receiving a degree in vocal music education and studying liturgy at Catholic Theological Union, his ministry has taken him all over the United States, Canada and Europe. He has performed at hundreds of youth rallies, Lifeteen events, dozens of festivals and evangelical events, and some of the world’s largest gatherings including World Youth Day, Creation Festival, NCYC, Kingdom Bound and others. Greg has shared the stage with celebrated artists including Ceili Rain, DC Talk, Newsboys and others. His music is distributed by iTunes, Amazon, Saint Mary's Press/MissionEighty5 Music and OCP.

In addition to his commitment to serving full time in music, Greg also believes deeply that Christian faith acts itself out in love and partners with the relief and development efforts of Catholic Relief Services. "Tune of Ignorance", one of his most well-known works, is now a resource for CRS' FoodFast, and a central theme in Greg's Catholic Social Teaching program, "Ignorance is Not Bliss." Greg continues to write liturgical and extra-liturgical music.

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