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TCC Playlist: Litany of Humility by Danielle Rose

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Danielle Rose in studio

At 17, Danielle Rose traveled to India to volunteer with St. Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity. This experience gave her a desire to help alleviate the spiritual poverty of the United States through music. Read more and the “Litany of Humility” after the jump:

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12.25
TCC Playlist: Let Me Be Your Bethlehem by Danielle Rose

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Danielle Rose in studio

At 17, Danielle Rose traveled to India to volunteer with Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity. This experience gave her a desire to help alleviate the spiritual poverty of the United States through music. Read more & listen to “Let Me Be Your Bethlehem” after the jump:

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12.9
TCC Playlist: Let it Be Done Unto Me by Danielle Rose

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Danielle Rose

Yesterday was the Memorial of the Conception of Mary.  Mary is our model and advocate. When the angel Gabriel told her that she would be the mother of the son of God, Mary questioned this, but then she said “yes” to God.  May we also believe and say yes to God’s promises, however impossible they may seem. Listen to Danielle Rose‘s song honoring Mary’s “yes” after the jump:

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11.21
Memorial of the Presentation of the Virgin Mary

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St. Anna and her daughter Mary

The feast comes from the ancient story, recorded by St. Jerome in the fourth century, that Mary’s parents, Anna and Joachim, brought their daughter to the Temple in Jerusalem to dedicate her life to God’s service. More from our own Melissa Musick and a recipe and music for the day after the jump:

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6.4
TCC Playlist: See You in the Eucharist by Danielle Rose

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Danielle Rose

For the Feast of Corpus Christi, a day of worldwide Eucharistic Adoration, we recommend the Danielle Rose track “See You in the Eucharist” where she sings, “I will hold you, I will receive you, I will see you, in the Eucharist.” More about Danielle Rose and the song after the jump:

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