Source: Trinitas TV via YouTube O rugăciune din inimă pentru creștinii “răstigniti” în lume în zilele noastre! Kirie, eleison! (Κύριε, ἐλέησον!) – Doamne, miluiește! Interpretează Maria Coman. #PrayforChristiansAroundTheWorld Header image: Trinitas TV via YouTube
Source: Harpa Dei via YouTube Una composición propia del Ave María en hebreo.El video fue filmado en la Capilla de Nuestra Señora, ubicada en la nave derecha de la Iglesia de la archiabadía benedictina Beuron; un lugar que apreciamos de forma especial y que presenta las joyas del arte beuronense. […]
Source: Lauren Daigle via YouTube The official music video for Lauren Daigle’s new single “You Say” from her album, Look Up Child, out now! Watch the “Hold On To Me” Music Video: https://youtu.be/R1EwKwayzLM Purchase Look Up Child here: https://laurendaigle.com See all tour dates here: https://laurendaigle.com/tour/ Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE:http://bit.ly/LaurenDaigleYTSubscribe Director: […]
Source: Tenebrae Choir via YouTube Gregorio Allegri’s Miserere mei, DeusTenebrae, conducted by Nigel ShortFilmed at St Bartholomew the Great, London In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we urgently need your help to continue reaching audiences around the world, both at home and live in person. To support us with a […]
Source: Canto Católico via YouTube You can also help by making a monthly contribution: https://www.patreon.com/cantocatolico All the resources collected constitute an economic base that supports the work of Fundación Canto Católico. The Foundation aims to promote the encounter of men with God by serving the Church through music. In this […]
Canto Católico cultivates a particular form of sacred art: sacred music. Both outside and within the liturgical action, the Foundation tries to ensure that each of its projects reflects the full depth of this artistic manifestation. This objective requires that in each of its areas of work, the safeguarding of three fundamental dimensions be sought. In the first place, the demands of the artistic dimension of sacred music, with its canons and spaces of originality. Likewise, the contemplative and apostolic character that all work of a sacred nature requires. And, finally, trust, availability and dedication to the renewing action of the Holy Spirit.