SING FOR THE LORD with Kimberly Wargo

Saying “I love you “ to God is good, but what about singing it? 
In this interview by Fr. Mike of Kimberly Wargo, Director of Music at St. Irenaeus Church, they talk about the importance of music in our relationship with God. 

Music lifts our hearts and souls and helps us express deep emotions of joy and sorrow, especially at church events, such as weddings, funerals and baptisms.

Kimberly stresses the selection of music to enhance the word that we are hearing in the Mass. The music and lyrics should illuminate the meaning.

Fr. Mike assures Kimberly that she, and all church musicians, are real evangelists in helping to bring unity and harmony to the people in the pews.

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