A little sacred music to enliven your Saturday… Enjoy!
My pastor Fr. John Kiley sent me a link to this African version of the Litany of the Saints, which he heard for the first time at the cathedral of Chartres in France. It’s beautiful! If you can listen to this without moving to the music, you either have great self control or no sense of rhythm. It’s a good thing I was alone while I listened to it (in the kitchen while preparing a snack), because I ended up doing a little dance around the table…
Absolutely beautiful, and so needed that uplifting moment this morning. God Bless!
I’m glad you enjoyed it Aidan. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your comment. God bless!
I listened to this on Perpetual Learner. It’s great.
Fr Matthew has some jewels on his blog from time to time. I had to reblog this one. Thanks, Rebecca!
A “jewel” is right. This is very beautiful. I don’t know what I enjoyed more: the lovely images or the lovely litany and song. Just what I need before heading off to work in the morning! I will listen to it again before I leave.
Great! I’m glad you enjoyed it & and hope you’re not having to work too much over the weekend. God bless!
Glad you liked it. God bless!
Magnificent! Dancing in my chair wihile being uplifted by the music and voices
Wonderful! It kind of does help to make sense of liturgical dance within its proper context and cultural setting.