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A Living Prayer

I've been an Alison Krauss fan for a few years. I listened to this song called "A Living Prayer" last night about seven times and each time I found it more beautiful. Take a listen. It's great.

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6 comments:

Nzie said...

Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for posting - heading right to iTunes to get it.

~Zee

Big Tex said...

Been a fan of theirs for years... good stuff.

Anonymous said...

This is a wonderful song and her voice is so pure. Unfortunately the texts of some of her other song are not quite as admirable.

Mary Martha said...

I love this song. I will admit that when I am down I have been known to listen to this song again, and again, and again.

Anonymous said...

Oh a new favorite! Thank you! I often listen to her song "There is a Reason" on repeat as well. Beautiful.

Anonymous said...

"With the Incarnation (Holy Communion in us), forever remove the curse that entered the world through Adam."


TO BE OR NOT TO BE

The current USCCB should focus THIS HIPER-SCANDAL:

A surgical attendant in an abortion is automatically excommunicated and… the brains-leaders-law designers- (Biden, Pelosi, et all "Catholics") of the cold blooded murder are not.

And they are ALLOWED by the USCCB to name themselves "Catholic". LEADING TENS OF MILLIONS OF FAITHFUL TO BE CONFUSED (VOTED FOR THE INFANTICIDE CANDIDATE, AND ESCR).

THE SLAUGHTERED, BUTCHERED, DISEMBOWELED LITTLE VOICES CLAIM TO HEAVEN!!! More so than the Hitler's Holocoust (that was wraped).

This genocide (biggest of mankind) is OPEN, "civilized, aseptic, & heralded as choice!"

Lets illustrate this, with an anecdote:

Abp. Wuerl, YESSS the one who refuses to take responsibility of the Eucharistic historic MEGA-SCANDAL in DC... represents the USCCB fog machine (of vague-darkening statements) going full blast.

Said Wuerl:
“‘Faithful Citizenship’ says, are the life issues. I believe that’s what we’re going to be judged by historically, down the road. I think one hundred years from now, people are going to look back and wonder how it was possible that we could have had a culture that builds into it the wholesale destruction of unborn life”.

WOW! Does he 'look back & wonder', or is asking our forgiveness? Not. Neither the USCCB.

It takes a very hardened face to pontificate anew this, after YEARS PASSED BY... eluding responsibility to teach and enforce JP II's Encyclical EVANGELIUM VITAE (1995):
“The serious demographic, social and family problems which weigh upon many of the world's peoples and which require responsible and effective attention from national and international bodies, are left open to false and deceptive solutions, opposed to the truth and the good of persons and nations.

The end result of this is tragic: not only is the fact of the destruction of so many human lives still to be born or in their final stage extremely grave and disturbing, but no less grave and disturbing is the fact that conscience itself, darkened as it were by such widespread conditioning, is finding it increasingly difficult to distinguish between good and evil in what concerns the basic value of human life”.

Deep regards
Guillermo Bustamante

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