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I myself have been posting practice audios and videos for liturgical hymns from GIA Gather and RitualSong hymnals. These are songs I sing at Mass at St. Mary's and St. Matthew's in St. Paul, MN. They are not highly polished renditions (with a few notes sung slightly off pitch). And they are not expertly recorded and mastered. But they are sung articulately with passion, and do help a person learn the songs. I usually post most of the lyrics. I am a little reticient to include chord names due to copyright restrictions. I do try to include the same credits that are printed in the GIA hymnals. 

Recent new members have given these reasons for joining

queen of angels
i want to teach marian songs for our junior legion of mary

Jumacab (Marcelo) wrote:
At my parish, the children who are making their first Holy Communion, the parents also have to attend a CCD class, I use music to tie the theme of the class. This helps the student grab a deeper understanding of the theme, and I feel wakes up a deeper hunger for the Lord. Also, singing is praying double. Thank you, and May God continue to bless you guys. Love Catholic music. – Marcelo

Music4Faith wrote:
Desire to introduce the music of Italian Catholic composer Marco Frisina in the United States so that it can be widely recognized and sung in both religious and secular settings. Music For Faith, Inc. is a 501(3)(c) nonprofit established to solely promote the music of Marco Frisina. I hope to network with other Catholic musicians to share the joy and inspiration of his music. Visit and our companion website for more information.

Jgreem wrote:
Want to obtain the album Ephesians songs.

Simone.Mehl wrote:
I would like to gather correct lyrics to beautiful hymns and gospel songs that I am unable to obtain on the internet.

Radio Hymnal wrote:
Looking for good Catholic songs to learn.

weingarten777 wrote:
Good Catholic music

loveshez wrote:
Am a Catholic so I need some songs for our choir practice

StMattsCantor wrote:
I'd like to collaborate on liturgical and inspirational songs.

MTR wrote:
I am a #Catholic #Folk #SingerSongwriter inspired by the Gospel of Matthew 10:42 to give "a cup of cold water" to the least of the brethren for the brethren's sake. I composed an Album named: "A Cup of Cold Water" that I am giving away for free using Social Media like; Twitter, MySpace, Soundcloud, Bandcamp and Facebook to give away free Downloads of my Album to anyone who wants to here it. I wanted the Diocese of Lincoln, shepherded by Bishop James D. Conley to put a Bitlink to my personal site: MTR's Place in the Diocesan Website to make it available to all Catholics in the Lincoln Diocese. They would not help me but pointed the way to your site as a means of furthering my mission to give my Music away for Free to Catholics in particular and all Humanity in general. That is why I would like to become a registered user at I would like to share my music with you by giving you the Link to Download my Album for Free, and give you access to the Info and Lyrics to the 11 Tracks of "A Cup of Cold Water" for your perusal and judgement. Thanking you in advance for your kind reading of my request, I remain, Sincerely in Christ, Dr. M.T. "Mike" Resch a.k.a. "MTR" 

madhavaimmanuvel wrote:
Very much interested to hear catholic songs

Peter Buckland wrote:
I can't find good Catholic Music

RonLambert wrote:
I've been a Catholic music minister since 2007 and have recently moved from a large fully engaged parish to a remote area. I face the challenge of growing as a leader of the music ministry as well as a congregation that is very shy about singing! I'd love to connect with others and grow how I serve my new little parish.

cforever88slls3103 wrote:
Love to know what are Praise and Worships songs for Catholic to know

john.alan.connerley wrote:
I am a professional singer/songwriter, a retired U.S. Senior Foreign Service Officer, and a Catholic.

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