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Concert on SL TV – How Can I Keep From Singing?

April 5, 2018
Air date and time: Sunday, April 8 at 8:oo pm ET/ 5:00 pm PT
St. Augustine wrote that “singing is praying twice”. Join the University of Notre Dame Women’s Liturgical Choir in this four-part, musical encounter with Christ featuring a varied program of short scripture readings, chant, Renaissance polyphony, and music from the 18th to 20th centuries.
The University of Notre Dame Women’s Liturgical Choir is directed by Patrick Kronner and features 50 female students from Catholic colleges in Indiana including the University of Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s College, and Holy Cross College. This concert was filmed live on location at St. Peter’s Church in Toronto, Canada.
To learn more about the Notre Dame Women’s Liturgical Choir, visit www3.nd.edu/~ndwlc
Part I: A Longing For Christ
Part II: The Passion of the Christ
Part III: The Love of Christ
Part IV: The People of Christ

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