Msgr. Patrick McCormick and Roy Guzman cordially invite you to enter in His presence for an hour of Eucharistic Adoration featuring the music of Catholic singer, songwriter and recording artist, WiL Frey. This Holy Hour will take place at St. Patrick’s Church, Merced, Wednesday, February 26 from 7-8PM in prayerful support of the Diocese of Fresno Confirmation class of 2014.
WiL Frey, a convert to the Catholic faith, is a man after the very of Heart of God. The extraordinary fruit of his prayerful pursuit – this mysterious, mystical exchange between the love of Christ and the love of man in Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament – is WiL’s first solo album, In His Presence.
WiL was attracted to the Catholic Church because of the beauty, peace, and joy he found in Eucharistic adoration. He formally entered the Church on the Easter Vigil of 2002.
In His Presence is a collection of eight original contemporary songs and four beautifully re-arranged classics that were inspired and written in the presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. WiL’s pure vocals and acoustic guitar anoint and sooth the soul while joyfully lifting our prayerful spirits as sweet-smelling incense rising to the throne of God.
“I really wanted the album to be as if it was just myself, my guitar, and Jesus…It is really meant as a collection of hymns of Eucharistic praise.”- WiL Frey
WiL Frey is climbing to the mountaintop and he’s taking us along on the journeywith all the saints and angels to a place where we “feast” on the Living Bread and there is no hunger – a place where we are “warmed with His radiance” – a place where our parched hearts are quenched and we are “filled to overflowing” In His presence.
Brian is cradle Catholic, husband and father. He is a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbus. Brian and his wife are consecrated members of the Militia Immaculata. The Militia of the Immaculata (MI) is a worldwide evangelization movement founded by St. Maximilian Kolbe in 1917 that encourages total consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary as a means of spiritual renewal for individuals and society. For more information on the MI and total consecration please go to www.consecration.com.