Franklin Park, IL (PRWEB) April 2, 2005
J S Paluch and World Library Publications, Catholic Publisher of Music and Worship resources in the US and Puerto Rico, will launch a website with resources for the prayer of the church at the anticipated passing of Pope John Paul II.
The resources offered will include free use of music, presidersÂ edition of the prayers and accompanying worship aids ready for printing at the local parish. These are available in English and Spanish.
Editors and production personnel have worked many hours in preparation for this event. The organization stands in prayer with the rest of the Catholic and world community as the world prepares to mourn his loss and celebrate his life.
These resources may be accessed through the website: http://www.wlpmusic.com
In addition, in Inverness, Ill, WLP artist Danielle Rose will lead prayer for the Pope and perform live with Catholic Funk Bank, "Crispin," led by Daniel diSilva at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, April 3, 2005, at Holy Family Catholic Church, 2515 Palatine Road, Inverness, IL.
The concert is open to all. A free will offering will be accepted. There will be a 5:00 pm youth/young adult Mass preceding the concert in which Danielle will also share her gifts with the community as part of the worship. All are welcome to celebrate in the Eucharist.
Parishes may download free prayer resources after the anticipated passing of the Pope at: http://www.wlpmusic.com
Danielle is a 2002 graduate of Notre Dame with degrees in both theology and music.
She has performed throughout the country and at World Youth day in Toronto, Canada. She has received rave reviews for her recordings, Defining Beauty and Mysteries. Her latest CD, Mysteries was nominated for an UCMVA (United Catholic Music and Video Association) award in 2004 and has attracted the attention of Christians of all faith traditions.
Daniel DiSilva, Latin percussionist and director, has performed throughout the globe with respected artists such as Alison Kraus, James Taylor, B.B. King, the Chieftans, Joan Osborne, Joe McBride, Carey Pierce, Mark OÂConnor, Canadian-Celtic band Slante Mhath, Watusi, and Catholic artists such as Steve Angrisano, Bob Rice, Jim Cowan, Tony Melendez, Angus McDonald and Tom Booth. Crispin seeks to glorify God alone through their music in concert with the Holy Spirit.
For more information on the concert, call 847-359-0042.