Little Lamb Music | Praying the Seven Sorrows of Mary with St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori

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Praying the Seven Sorrows of Mary with St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori

by Little Lamb Music

Original music, meditations and lyrics on the Seven Sorrows of Mary by St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori. Produced and arranged by Little Lamb Music. Fr. Pablo Straub, an EWTN personality, leads us in prayer.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. Mary, Queen of Martyrs: An Introduction
4:12 $0.99
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2. Song: Aspirations to Maria
2:30 $0.99
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3. Miraculous Examples of the Seven Sorrows of Mary (1 Thru 4)
6:39 $0.99
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4. Miraculous Examples of the Seven Sorrows of Mary (5 Thru 7)
7:36 $0.99
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5. Song: The Passion of Jesus Christ
4:00 $0.99
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6. The Little Rosary of the Seven Sorrows of Mary
19:47 $0.99
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7. Homily By Father Pablo Straub, C.Ss.R.
14:38 $0.99
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Album Notes
This beautiful CD of prayer is a special production by Little Lamb Music for the Redemptorists of the Denver Province. Father Pablo Straub, C.Ss.R., records an historic CD on his 50th jubilee in the priesthood and it\'s the first CD to join an EWTN personality with the music of a saint, St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori.

\"Praying the Seven Sorrows of Mary with St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori\" is one of the first CDs to feature music of a saint in English. This project is the second CD produced and arranged by Ray and Theresa Herrmann for Little Lamb Music (www.littlelambmusic.com) who partnered with the Redemptorists of the Denver Province to help their missions in Brazil and Nigeria.

Ray Herrmann, a world-class musician, is a Grammy-award winner with over 20 years of experience playing with and arranging music for some of the biggest names in American music: LeAnn Rimes, Chicago, Whitney Houston, Christine Aguilera, Bob Dylan, Santana and Herbie Hancock, to name just a few.

The National Catholic Register wrote recently that \"Ray and Theresa Herrmann and the Redemptorists have combined to produce music and spoken word of rare spiritual depth and musical sophistication.\"

Susan Bailey, Editor and publisher of Grapevine Magazine, said the Rosary CD, \"This is a truly beautiful and reverent rosary recording; it\'s absolutely exquisite...it\'s one of the finest recorded rosaries available.\"

With the music of St. Alphonsus playing in the background and several songs sung in between the tracks, Father Pablo leads us in the prayers and meditations written by St. Alphonsus for this Marian devotion, which are meant \"to help us show gratitude and demonstrate sympathy for what our Blessed Mother endured in each of the Seven Sorrows.

Our Lord, said to Blessed Veronica (Church approved): \"My daughter, tears shed for My Passion are dear to Me. However, because I loved My Mother Mary with an immense love, the meditation on the torments which she endured at My death is even more agreeable to Me.\"

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Dixie Meyers

Praying the 7 Sorrows of Mary w/St Alphonsus Maria Liguori
This CD Sounds Inspiring. The devotional music and prayers, lift our hearts/minds to God, Our Saviour, and the Pain His Mother went through, watching Him die for us. The Wisdom of the 7 Sorrows of Mary, is something we can all contemplate, whether Catholic or not. Fr Pablo's sermons on Mary's Sorrowful Heart, during her Son's Passion and Death for us, is well said.
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