Vocare: Long Have I Waited - Catholic CD Review


Pat Ciavarella is answering God’s call, and accepting a vocation to enter the Benedictine Nuns of St. Scholastica Priory in Petersham, Massachusetts. She is working with the Laboure Society to raise the funds needed to do so. This CD is a project they are using to help raise the needed funds.

The CD itself is a wonderful representation of the birth, life, suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus. There are Advent songs, Christmas, classic hymns, a true collection of songs that touch on many aspects of the Catholic faith.

The songs are well-produced and are a delight to listen to. The music is very professional, and the instrumentation is excellent. There is a mix of uptempo songs and the slower ballads.

I do recommend this CD, not just because it’s a good CD, but because it helps support vocations. You can’t go wrong with that!

Track Listing:
1. O Come O Come Emmanuel
2. Ave Maria
3. Silent Night
4. Bring A Torch Jeanette Isabella
5. What Child Is This
6. Earthen Vessels
7. Jesus Is the Vine
8. Amazing Grace
9. Hosea
10. O Sacred Head Surrounded
11. In the Breaking of the Bread
12. Jesus the Lord
13. Breathe On Me
14. One Faith
15. Breath of Heaven
16. Blessed Be Your Name
17. O Come All Ye Faithful

LINKS for this review:
Vocare Website
The Laboure Society

Copyright 2010 Jim Logue


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