Catholic Moments #116 - Alicia Hernon


cm116This week, we feature the music of contemporary Catholic recording artist and mom Alicia Hernon.  I know you’re going to fall in love with her new CD Beloved


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  1. We’re thrilled to see Alicia and her album on John enjoyed being a part of it. The Doman family is an inspiration. Martin Doman is a vocalist on Making Music Praying Twice and through him we’ve had the chance to meet many of the family. Alicia’s parents were doing something right and its reasurring to see her continue these traditions of faith and music with her eight children. I expect great things for the Church from her brood!

  2. Great interview. I have just visited Alicia’s site and ordered her CD. The music on the ‘Cast was enchanting and I can’t wait to receive the CD. Blessings!

  3. Thank you for your podcast. Many of the women in our diocese are just now becoming familiar with the writings of JPII and the feminine genius. I was hoping to find women Catholic music artists to listen to, pray with and to use for quiet time for our gatherings. This podcast fits the bill!

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