“The greatest tragedy for many handicapped people,” says Feliciano, “is that they let others convince them that there are limits to what they can accomplish. It’s just not so.”
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“I like to write about truth — and who is more truth than God?”
Chart-topping musician opens up about the loss of his son and his subsequent journey into the Church.
In a 2009 interview with Register correspondent Edward Pentin, the Italian composer reflects on his life of writing for the movies — and his faith.
Seph Schlueter says he wants to “wake up Christians to live the life that God has called us to, a life of worship and intimacy and mission.”
The power of music to comfort, to teach, and to help us lift our eyes and hearts to God is needed now more than ever. This week on Register Radio, we talk with two members of the Gloriæ Dei Cantores (Latin for “Singers to the Glory of God”), a 40-voice choir from the Church of the Transfiguration in Orleans, Massachusetts. Also, the Thomistic Institute is helping churches to resume the public celebration of the sacraments safely and reverently. We are joined by Dr. Thomas McGovern, co-host of EWTN Radio’s weekly program, “Doctor, Doctor.”
Sacred music is needed more than ever amid the coronavirus crisis.
Father Bill Quinlivan, a priest in the Diocese of Buffalo for 25 years, is using his talents attempting to bring healing in light of the recent sex abuse allegations in his diocese.