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My name is John. For many years I had considered myself to be a decent songwriter. I’d write for family, friends, and for my own consolation. That all changed overnight as I began to compose A Mass for Peace in the Third Millennium! My life and my expectations were suddenly impacted as I felt a warm and sudden surge of inspiration that I believe was the grace of the Holy Spirit!
That grace was clearly a gift. I had no formal music training, except for the 2 years of piano lessons as a 7 and 8-year-old. I don’t sing well and I never played in a band, but I have always loved writing songs. From that night on, something was different … something had changed!
I thank God for the talents He has freely given me, and I am humbled by the way my music has touched so many hearts and souls. Just as God has given me these gifts, I want to give back to those of you who care to listen. That is why I am sharing much of my music without cost. Scroll down to watch a few videos that I have prepared just for YOU!
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If you would like to make a contribution to our Angelus Music ministry, that would be wonderful … but not necessary. We are not a non-profit organization, so any donation will not be tax deductible; however, your generosity will help us continue our quest to lead souls to Christ.
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“Keeping Christ at the Center of Our Music”
Life Goes On
We all have times of sorrow in our lives. Losing a loved one is the saddest of them all. Somehow, we get the grace to accept our loss. With that grace comes the hope that life goes on, not only for the one who is hurting, but also for the one who has moved on. I wrote this song for my dearest friend when she lost her mother. May it help you find peace, as well.
From A Mass for Peace in the Third Millennium. This is a prayer that is raised up to the Lord at every Mass. We ask God for forgiveness and mercy. We are asking, literally, for DIVINE MERCY.
The Shores of Galilee
One of these days, I hope to get to The Holy Land. To walk in the footsteps of Our Lord would be a dream come true – an answered prayer.
Wherever we are, we can always choose to walk with Christ. Jesus said, “You did not choose Me, I chose you.” So, follow Him!