This weekend features the feast of St Patrick on Saturday, March 17, 2018, so we thought some Irish music would be appropriate for the playlist this week. This is the only time you’ll hear this music! Scythian leads off the playlist with “Fields of St James”, followed by “Jigsaw” later on. Seasons gives us “King of the Faeries” and “Dalriada/Song of Saint Patrick”, Joe Zambon offers an “Irish Jig”, and of course playlist regular Ceili Rain is in the mix with “The King & I”.
While the Irish music dominates the first half of the playlist, you’ll enjoy selections from artists like The Mosleys, Audrey Assad, Ricky Vazquez and The Vigil Project.
Joe Zambon – “Irish Jig” Amazon iTunes
Scythian – “Jigsaw”, “Fields of St James” Amazon iTunes
Seasons – “King of the Faeries”, “Dalriada/Song of Saint Patrick” Amazon iTunes
Ceili Rain – “The King & I” Amazon iTunes
Alanna Boudreau – “Dismantled by Love” iTunes
The Mosleys – “Brighter Days” Amazon iTunes
EPIC the Band – “Free” Amazon iTunes
Audrey Assad – “Little Things With Great Love” Amazon iTunes
Ricky Vazquez – “Maybe” Amazon iTunes
The Vigil Project – “No Words (feat. Cathedral)” Amazon iTunes
Lots of great Lent-themed music continues in this episode of Catholic Playlist Worship, our 112th episode!
If you enjoy listening to choral and classical music, then this playlist will be to your liking. Two songs from Jon Sarta provide the theme music around selections from Andrea Bocelli, The Monks of Norcia, Choir of St Igantius of Loyola and Beth Nielsen Chapman. Be sure not to miss “The Litany of the Saints” beautifully presented by the Schola Cantorum of St Peter the Apostle!
Katy Blythe – “I thrist” Amazon iTunes
Andrea Bocelli – “The Lord’s Prayer” Amazon iTunes
Kitty Cleveland – “You Are Near” Amazon iTunes
Jon Sarta – “Were You There”, “What Wondrous Love Is This” Amazon iTunes
The Monks of Norcia – “Sancta Et Immaculata” Amazon iTunes
The Vigil Project – “Lord Have Mercy (feat Greg&Lizzy) Amazon iTunes
Beth Nielsen Chapman – “Oh God of Loveliness” Amazon iTunes
Audrey Assad – “It Is Well With My Soul” Amazon iTunes
Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles – “Improperia” Amazon iTunes
Choir of St Ignatius Loyola – “O vos omnes: O vos omnes” Amazon iTunes
Schola Cantorum of St Peter the Apostle – “The Litany of the Saints” Amazon iTunes
We’re back this week with another new show to share the joy of the Gospel through the power of music. And for the first time in quite some time, we have a new featured artist! We found out about Corrie Marie recently as her PledgeMusic campaign was winding down for her debut album. After making a pledge towards her project we were able to sample one of her songs, “Humble Host”, and we knew we had to share this talented artist with you. Look for her debut in the second segment of the show.
The rest of the playlist features selections from Mathias Michael, Teresa Peterson, Rita West, Out of Darkness and others. We picked “Falling Down” from Lee Roessler to include, and we had to play “Were You There” by Dante Schmitz, one of our favorite songs for Lent.
Corrie Marie – “Humble Host” (Not released yet)
Dante Schmitz – “Were You There” Amazon iTunes
Lee Roessler – “Falling Down” iTunes
Kyle Sinkule – “From the Cross” Amazon iTunes
Mathias Michael – “Mystery” Available after signing up at his website
Shaun Garrison – “All Shall Be Well” Amazon iTunes
Teresa Peterson – “He Makes All Things New” Amazon iTunes
Cody Roth – “Jesus I Trust in You” Amazon iTunes
Rita West – “Chosen” Amazon iTunes
Out of Darkness – “All Thy Fullness” Amazon iTunes
FOCUS Worship – “Be with Me” Amazon iTunes
Jackie Bissin – “Touch the Sky” Amazon iTunes
Music for the 3rd week of Lent 2018 highlights the playlist for this episode of Catholic Playlist Worship.
Notable songs include “Walk Through The Valley” from Sarah Hart and “Sharing Calvary” by Danielle Rose. The Benedictines of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist (“O Sacred Head Surrounded”) and WLP Choir (“At The Cross Her Station Keeping”) offer some long standing traditional hymns for Lent. They’re joined by Michelle Romary, Voces8, L’Angelus, Marian Grace, the Monks of Norcia, and more.
Sarah Hart – “Walk Through the Valley” Amazon iTunes
The Priests – “Amazing Grace” Amazon iTunes
St Louis Jesuits – “Turn to Me” Amazon iTunes
Voces8 – “Miserere Mei” Amazon iTunes
Jon Sarta – “Hosea”, “Jesus, Remember Me”, “Were You There”, “What Wondrous Love Is This” Amazon iTunes
Michelle Romary – “Go in Peace” Amazon iTunes
L’Angelus – “Jesus My Lord, My God, My All” Amazon iTunes
Benedictines of Mary, Queen of the Apostles – “O Sacred Head Surrounded”, “Improperia” Amazon iTunes
WLP Choir – “At the Cross Her Station Keeping” Amazon iTunes
Marian Grace – “Lead Kindly Light” Amazon iTunes
The Monks of Norcia – “Sancta Et Immaculata” Amazon iTunes
Danielle Rose – “Sharing Calvary” Amazon iTunes
In Catholic Playlist Show #188 we’re pleased to introduce you to Corrie Marie, our new featured artist. We found out about Corrie Marie recently as her PledgeMusic campaign was winding down for her debut album. After making a pledge towards the project we were able to sample one of her songs, “Humble Host”, and we knew we had to share this talented artist with you.
The bio from her website www.corriemariemusic.com says Corrie “is a native of Baltimore, Maryland, where she grew up singing whenever the mood struck and began writing her own songs at 12 years old. She actively started pursuing her music career at 23 when she set aside her day job to lead worship and a couple of years later she wears a few hats as a singer/songwriter, worship leader, and personal trainer. In all these things she finds that the Lord is always teaching her about her own humanity and how to see herself in other people. When writing, elements of the human experience are broken open and it’s in the music that she is able to learn more about God and more about herself.”
“Corrie has lead worship for her parish, Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Ellicott City, Md for the past 3 years and she travels to retreats and conferences to speak and lead worship and has sung for the National ChristLife Conference for the past two years. After winning the David Initiative, a contest by Catholic Creatives, Corrie was the opening act for AbbeyFest in 2017.”
And now, she’s set to release her debut album soon, and we were lucky to get a early peek at one of those songs and it’s perfect for our playlist. Be sure to check out “Humble Host” in the second segment of Catholic Playlist Show #188!
So excited about the playlist this week as we share new releases from 4 artists! New albums or EPs were just released by Audrey Assad, Sarah Hart, Luke Spehar and EPIC the Band, and we have tracks from each to share with you.
First, it’s “Wounded Healer” from Audrey Assad’s new album “Evergreen”. PJ Anderson teams with Sarah Hart on the single “Beloved, Arise” from her new album “Sacrament”. Then there’s the title track from Luke Spehar’s “The Pilgrim” and “Saved by Grace” from EPIC the Band’s “Creation – Wave I” EP, which features a riff from Connor Flanagan. Enjoy!
EPIC the Band – “Saved by Grace (feat Connor Flanagan)” Amazon iTunes
Audrey Assad – “Wounded Healer” Amazon iTunes
Luke Spehar – “The Pilgrim” Amazon iTunes
Sarah Hart – “Beloved, Arise” Amazon iTunes
Abraham Gross – “Who Am I to You (feat Connor Flanagan)” Amazon iTunes
Dave Moore – “Arise” Amazon iTunes
Matt Maher – “The Cross Forever Speaks” Amazon iTunes
NOVUM – “No Longer Slaves” Amazon iTunes
Vigil Project – “Were You There” Amazon iTunes
His Own – “Nothing Can Separate Us” Amazon iTunes
Katy Blythe – “I Thirst” Amazon iTunes
South by North – “Coming Home (feat Tori Harris)” Amazon iTunes
More new music comes your way in our latest playlist! Dee Simone’s newest single “Liberty to Captives” is featured this week along with tracks from Matt Faley, Dan Francis, Aly Aleigha, Rebecca Roubion, Ben Walther and many more. Plus, we get Lent started with “Lord Have Mercy” from The Vigil Project, featuring Greg&Lizzy.
Dee Simone – “Liberty to Captives” Amazon iTunes
John Finch – “Walk by Faith” Amazon iTunes
Greg&Lizzy – “Lord Have Mercy” Amazon iTunes
Josh Blakesley – “Here At The Cross” Amazon iTunes
Danielle Noonan – “Come to the Cross” Amazon iTunes
Aly Aleigha – “Into the Night” Amazon iTunes
Dan Francis – “The Walls” Amazon iTunes
Rebecca Roubion – “Here Lies My Pulse” iTunes
Joe Zambon – “I Just Want Peace” Amazon iTunes
Matt Faley – “Here I Am” Amazon iTunes
Ben Walther – “Make Your Home In Me” Amazon iTunes
Sarah Kroger – “Run to the Cross” Amazon iTunes
Hey everybody, we’re still here! The Catholic Playlist show finally returns for the first playlist of 2018. It’s a late start to Season 5 to be sure but we’re still sharing the joy of the Gospel through the power of music! Many of your favorite artists return to playlist #185 including EPIC the Band, Alob, John Finch, Chris Bray, Dante Schmitz and others.
Plus we have a new artist to debut in the playlist – Abraham Gross. Abraham teams up with Connor Flanagan to bring you “Who Am I to You” to lead off our second segment of the show.
Abraham Gross – “Who Am I to You (feat Connor Flanagan)” iTunes Amazon
EPIC the Band – “Proclaim” iTunes Amazon
Dante Schmitz – “Our Father” iTunes Amazon
Out of Darkness – “Have It All” iTunes Amazon
Steve Angrisano – “High Above Our Way” iTunes Amazon
Alob – “No Match for Love” iTunes Amazon
Mikey Needleman – “Go in Peace” iTunes Amazon
Matt Maher – “Your Love Defends Me” iTunes Amazon
Marie Miller – “Two to One” iTunes Amazon
Ike Ndolo – “Wade In The Water” iTunes Amazon
John Finch – “Walk by Faith” iTunes Amazon
Chris Bray – “King in His Kingdom” iTunes Amazon
We’re winding up the Advent season with this week’s show, which will be the last show for 2017. We’re going to take a break for Christmas and New Years, and then we’ll be back in 2018 with Season 5 of the Catholic Playlist sharing more of the best and newest contemporary Christian music from Catholic artists. Lots of great new music coming in 2018, but until then let’s enjoy some Advent and Christmas music, including songs from Matt Maher, Josh Blakesley, Jaime Thietten, The Vigil Project, and leading off is a soon to be released single from Aly Aleigha – “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent”
We’ll be back again in 2018 for a brand new season of the show. We hope you can join us, but until then we wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! May God bless today and every day!
Aly Aleigha – “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent” (To be released soon)
Jaime Thietten – “The First Noel Angels We Have Heard On High (feat Vince Gill)”, “What Child Is This” Website
Vigil Project – “In Need of a Savior (feat. Andrea Thomas)”, “Silent Night (feat. John Finch)” Website
L’Angelus – “O Little Town of Bethlehem” Amazon iTunes
Steve Angrisano – “Emmanuel” Amazon
Matt Maher – “Glory (Let There Be Peace)” Amazon iTunes
Collin Raye – “Away In A Manger” Amazon iTunes
Josh Blakesley – “We Three Kings” Amazon iTunes
Matt Maher – “Hark The Herald Angels Sing” Amazon iTunes
Greg&Lizzy – “O Come All Ye Faithful” Amazon iTunes
Abigail Winzer – “God Rest Ye Merry Gentelmen” Amazon iTunes
Alanna Boudreau – “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” Amazon iTunes
Welcome to the last Catholic Playlist Worship show of 2017! We’ve reached the fourth Sunday in Advent, which means that Christmas and birth of Christ is very near. In fact, the 4th week of Advent this year is only 1 day – Christmas Eve. Certainly unusual, but that doesn’t stop us from putting together another playlist of great music, music you’ve been hearing over the last several weeks. So I invite you to sit back, relax, and enjoy the music.
We’ll be back again in 2018 with more great music and brand new shows. God bless you and Merry Christmas!
Christine Westhoff – “What Child Is This” Amazon iTunes
Adrianne Price – “O Holy Night” Amazon iTunes
Kitty Cleveland – “I Wonder As I Wander”, “Silent Night’ Amazon iTunes
Jackie Evancho – “O Little Town of Bethlehem” Amazon iTunes
Jon Sarta – “My Soul in Stillness Waits”, “O Come, Divine Messiah” Amazon iTunes
St Paul’s Choir School – “Still Still Still”, “Ding Dong Merrily On High” Amazon iTunes
Abigail Winzer – “God Rest Ye Merry Gentelmen” Amazon iTunes
Jaime Thietten – “O Come O Come Emmanuel” Website
WLP Choir – “We Three Kings” Amazon iTunes
The Priests – “The First Nowell”,”Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth” Amazon iTunes
Andrea Bocelli – “Angels We Have Heard On High” Amazon iTunes