This song was written with the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) in mind. However, it does not make any explicit reference to the RCIA and could be used as a song about discipleship.
This song was written with the Rite of Christian Initiation
of Adults (RCIA) in mind. One of the ways in which it could
be used would be for the Refrain to be sung by itself as the
catechumens are leaving the church after being dismissed from
the celebration of the Eucharist at the end of the Liturgy of
This song is intended for use on the Feast of the Ascension.
This song is based on some of the readings for the Easter Vigil, but is suitable for use throughout the Easter Season.
This song draws parallels between Biblical events and our observance of Lent.
This song is intended to be sung as the catechumens/elect are
leaving the church after being dismissed from the celebration
of the Eucharist at the end of the Liturgy of the Word. It
could also be used as a general song of blessing on other
This is an adaptation of the Latin text Salve, Regina. It is not an exact translation, as I have changed some of the sentiments expressed in the original. The Vocal/Accompaniment version is in a lower key for the assembly.
This song is intended for use as an Entrance Song or a Communion Song during the season of Advent.
This is a song for the Sundays of Advent, which makes reference to the readings of those Sundays.
This is a setting of the Benediction hymn to a tune that I learnt at school in India.
This my setting of the Shorter Form of The Easter Proclamation (the Exsultet) sung at the beginning of The Easter Vigil. I am grateful to ICEL for giving me permission to publish it.
This is a setting of a paraphrase of verses from Ephesians
Chapter 4. It is about the unity of believers.
This is a paraphrase of Psalm 103(104) intended for use as a Communion Song.
This is a Communion Song which reflects upon the connection between our Communion and action for justice.