It’s a special World Youth Day edition of the Catholic Playlist Show! Back in 2013 we did a special playlist for World Youth Day in Rio and we continue the tradition for World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow, Poland. Every artist in our playlist this week are either performing or leading pilgrims or both to this World Youth Day. That means our playlist features regular headliners like Matt Maher, Audrey Assad, Sarah Hart and PJ Anderson, but also The Thirsting, Steve Angrisano, Fr Kevin McGoldrick, Fr Rob Galea, Shaun Garrison, Connor Flanagan, and Francis Cabildo. Plus we included Noelle Garcia McHugh who’ll be performing at a regional World Youth Day event in Chicago.
Not to be forgotten, we have a new featured artist this week too! Dan Francis makes his Catholic Playlist debut with a song co-written with Matt Maher (here’s our ‘loose’ connection to World Youth Day, but I digress) from his album “The Walls”. Don’t miss this debut in our second segment of the show.
Dan Francis – “No Other Name” Amazon iTunes
PJ Anderson – “Your Name is Mercy” Amazon iTunes
The Thirsting – “Stepping Into The Day” Amazon iTunes
Audrey Assad – “Even Unto Death” Amazon iTunes
Matt Maher – “Because He Lives (Amen)” Amazon iTunes
Steve Angrisano – “10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)” Amazon iTunes
Sarah Hart – “Joy In These Bones” Amazon iTunes
Fr Rob Galea – “No Greater Love” Amazon iTunes
Noelle Garcia – “Wonderfully Made” Amazon iTunes
Connor Flanagan – “City Lights” Amazon iTunes
Fr Kevin McGoldrick – “Jesus You Are Beautiful” Amazon iTunes
Francis Cabildo – “Wildfires” Amazon iTunes
Shaun Garrison – “God Alone” Amazon iTunes
Edwin Fawcett – “I Wanna Praise” Amazon iTunes