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At yesterday’s service on the First Sunday in Lent at the Washington National Cathedral, Andrew — a tenor in the men’s choir — was the soloist for the Lenten Litany. This particular version of the litany was arranged by Canon Michael McCarthy, the Director of Music at the National Cathedral.
It is a moving seven minutes of music, to help bring the faithful into an observance of the holy season of Lent. The solo begins around the 13 minute mark.
With blessings for whatever practice you bring to the season.
More to come…
Image: Central Tower of the Washington National Cathedral
How moving that must have been. Wish I could have heard him. You and Candy have every right to be most proud parents.
Such a beautiful litany for Lent. I used as my devotional today. Words we all do well to remember. Thanks for sharing. I am going to share with some others. I hope you are all doing well. So far we are staying flu free down here. Tennessee has been hit hard.
Love you, Debbie
What a God given gift!