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St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church invites you to a wonderful musical and spiritual Evening: A Lenten Concert/Reflection with Dan Schutte, renowned composer of Catholic liturgical music.
Friday, March 23rd at 8 pm in the Church
60 Byrd Avenue, Bloomfield, New Jersey
Cost: Single tickets $15. Students $10. Groups [3 or more] $10. at the Door $20.00
You can order online at https://www.itickets.com/events/394727
Dan Schutte is the composer of “Here I Am, Lord,” “Where Love is Found,” “O How Blessed,” “Glory in the Cross” and scores of other beloved songs for worship as well as the most popular mass setting since the 2010 Revision, “Mass of Christ the Savior.” In fact, he is one of the best-known and most influential composers of Catholic music for Liturgy in the English-speaking world. In addition to his Jesuit formation, Dan holds two masters degrees, one in theology, and one in liturgy from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California and studied composition with Fr. Kevin Waters, SJ at Seattle University. Dan also holds three honorary doctoral degrees for his contribution to the life of the Church.
You can visit Dan’s website at http://www.danschutte.com
The event on his website is https://www.danschuttemusic.com/wordpressstore/event/bloomfield-nj-parish-concert-workshop/
If you love the power of music and scripture in liturgy or are just looking for a deeply meaningful way to prepare for Holy Week and the Triduum, you will want to attend this concert and reflection as Lent draws to a close!
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