About Top Catholic Songs

Share, learn and promote Catholic music

Due to copyright laws, we are not able to post lyrics to copyrighted songs that are not in the public domain. The exception is any song for which the composer or copyright holder has given us direct permission to share.

Sign up free as a registered user to post your own original songs, collaborate with other song artists, make comments on articles, and post in our forum. Please do not post any audio files, videos and lyrics that you do not have permission to share via the web. Privacy statement: We do not sell or give away your email address to anyone. When you delete your account, the profile information you provided is permanently erased.

By signing up as a user, you do not receive special access to articles or recordings. As a guest, you can see all published content. 

See our list of registered users and their reasons for joining.

Find practice tracks and lyrics for liturgies and other church services by referring to our Liturgical Music Resources page. And see this useful GIA hymnals comparative listing of songs.

Use search window in the right sidebar to find songs, artists, composers, music-making tips and more. 

You can go to YouTube.com to find psalms and hymns to listen to. You will find there many songs managed by ONE LICENSE (including songs from hymnals by GIAOCP and WLP).

You can see low-resolution sheet music previews of many popular Catholic songs at Hymnary.org
 


Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I contact the site admin or owner?

A. Send an email to info@topcatholicsongs.com

Q. What is the purpose of Top Catholic Songs?

A. This website is a place where people can discover and appreciate Catholics songs both old and new. Top Catholic Songs helps Catholic songwriters, songleaders, catechists and group leaders with song selection, songwriting, do-it-yourself song notation (with Sibelius) and promotion. Catholic artists share talents, tips, influences, favorite songs or stories related to their journey in music. The lists of songs we publish are dynamically connected to iTunes where a seeker of quality Catholic music can listen, purchase music tracks, burn a CD and continue discovering new artists.

Q. I am a Catholic musician. I want to promote my music. How do I join this community?

A. Become a registered user at this site: Create a New Account. You may create your own stories, blog and forum topics. Upload your music to iTunes, CDBaby, SoundCloud or YouTube and place links to your songs in a story. Our staff wil be happy to help you with getting your music heard. 

Q. How do I upload to iTunes?

A: See these links (Please report outdated or broken links):

iTunes Connect
iTunes Connect Resources and Help
iTunes Connect Online Application (for uploading your music direct to Apple iTunes)
iTunes Connect Music Partner Search (for uploading your music to Apple iTunes through a third party publisher like CDBaby.com or Tunecore.com)