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Ooberfuse’s O Holy Night

Ooberfuse‘s rendition of O Holy Night, featuring 5 children who survived Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) in the Philippines.

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Video produced by Thirtysix-o

Ooberfuse’s Hidden Light

New song and video by British electro-pop Catholic group, Ooberfuse. In memory of Essad, killed in Syria’s civil war.

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The bible miniseries on a special edition of the SLHOUR

This week, on a special edition of the SLHour we speak with Mark Burnett and Roma Downey about their History Channel Bible Miniseries and blogger and author Elizabeth Scalia tells us about her new book about modern-day idols. Also we meet the British techno pop group Ooberfuse and Fr. Rob Galea returns as featured artist of the week.

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Ooberfuse’s tecno version of WYD Rio 2013 theme song

The theme song for WYD Rio 2013 Esperança do Amanhecer, Hope of the Dawn, as performed by official English WYD 2013 theme song artist, Ooberfuse.

Ooberfuse’s Call My Name

For this week, when we’re thinking about all vocations, but specifically for vocations to the ordained and religious life, here is British electro-pop group Ooberfuse‘s Call My Name.

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Band fuses electropop with faith

Parenting can be challenging to say the least – This week on the SLHOUR we speak with Linda Kracht, who dedicates her life to fortifying families of faith; Sister Marie-Paul Curley gives us the windows to the soul of two movies, Dark Knight Rises and The Odd Life of Timothy Green; and we meet the British electropop Catholic group, Ooberfuse.

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Ooberfuse’s Free Asia Bibi – Video of the week

A song for Asia Bibi, by the British Catholic electropop band Ooberfuse.

Aasiya Noreen Bibi is a Pakistani Catholic woman condemned to death under the country’s blasphemy laws.

This video is funded by the Jesuit Fund for Social Justice in association with the British Pakistani Christian Association. Please check out for more information.
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