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Results for Psalm 34: The Cry of the Poor

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Choral Praise, Third Edition

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Choral Anthology
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Choral Praise, Third Edition with Lectionary Readings

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Choral Anthology
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Rise Up and Sing, Third Edition Assembly Book

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Hymnal Softcover
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Journeysongs, Third Edition

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Today’s Liturgy Lent Holy Week Easter 2019

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Today’s Liturgy Advent Christmas Epiphany 2019

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John Foley, SJ

For more than 40 years, Christians around the world have sung Father John Foley's beloved songs, which include “The Cry of the Poor”; “One Bread, One Body”; “Come to the Water” and “Earthen Vessels.” These are his gifts to the Church.

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Mary Frances Reza

Mary Frances is one of the grande dames of Hispanic music and ministry in the US. Known for her bilingual psalm settings, she remains active locally and nationally, working to ensure the ever-increasing role of Hispanics in the Church.

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Glenn CJ Byer

An award-winning author, Dr. Glenn CJ Byer has written widely on the liturgy, including articles on the meaning of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, marriage preparation, the renovation of churches and the anointing of the sick. He speaks widely on the role of lay ministers in the Mass.

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Mary Lyons

For more than 20 years, Mary Lyons has been training lectors in the Diocese of Brooklyn. She is the author of The Lector: Effective Delivery of the Word.

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Eleazar Cortés

Eleazar Cortés (†2018) is one of the elder statesmen of Spanish-language liturgical music in the US, with a rich legacy of beautiful music and years of service to the Church.

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St. Louis Jesuits

Considered by many the fathers of contemporary American liturgical music, these young Jesuit seminarians began composing in the early 1970s in the wake of the Second Vatican Council.

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Miguel Manzano

Miguel's internationally recognized music was chosen to complete the repertoire of the National Liturgical Hymnal of the Episcopal Committee of Spanish Liturgy.

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Steve Angrisano

Steve Angrisano is one of the most effective and versatile ministry leaders in the Church today. People of all ages embrace the passionate message of faith woven throughout his music and storytelling.

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Virgil C. Funk

Rev. Virgil C. Funk is the founder and first president of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians.

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Andrew Wright

Award-winning English composer and organist Andrew Wright is known for the beauty and liturgical purpose of his compositions, such as his “Requiem of Peace.” His work is a “fusion of the English choral tradition with the pastoral needs of the Roman Catholic liturgy of today.”

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Tom Franzak

Tom Franzak, a former secular rock musician, is now dedicated to sharing the vision, the values, and the struggles facing the followers of Christ today through music.

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Jeanne Cotter

Using the gift of singing, storytelling, songwriting and piano performance, Jeanne Cotter has won the hearts of listeners throughout the United States and Canada.

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Antoine Oomen

Antoine Oomen, one of the leading liturgical composers in the Netherlands, creates music that can be challenging and emotional, which reaches the hearts of musicians, choir and assembly.

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Roc O'Connor

One of the founding members of the St. Louis Jesuits, Father Roc O’Connor is a gifted theologian and composer who has been writing music for the liturgy since 1974.

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William Belford

Msgr. William Belford is a priest of the archdiocese of New York.

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Suzanne Toolan, RSM

Sister Suzanne Toolan, RSM, creator of the communion song, “I Am the Bread of Life,” is an internationally known composer of liturgical music. She is a prominent American spokeswoman for the music and prayer of the Taizé ecumenical community from France and leads many Taizé-style retreats.

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Fr. Edmond Bliven

Fr. Edmond Bliven, a retired priest of the Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon, drew upon more than 40 years of parish experience plus the 2,000-year tradition of the Church to create his Book of Catholic Prayer.

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