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Beginning Our Lenten Journey - Franciscan Sisters Featured Song 'Angel Without Wings'

Contact: Sr. Julie Ann Sheahan, OSF, 920-682-7728

 

GREEN BAY, Wisc., March 4, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity feature Singer Songwriter Terry Holder's "Angel without Wings" through March at the Franciscanized World vocation page fscc-calledtobe.org.

This discerning ballad from Terry's new album "Flowers At Midnight" suggests a true conversion of heart. St. Francis' wisdom of the virtues is found in the spirit of this song: "Where there is a heart full of mercy and discernment, there is neither excess nor hardness of heart."

"We each have an effect on those around us. Little things like a smile, showing someone a simple act of kindness, has an effect on another person's life in ways that is beyond measure. The smallest gesture of love can be the catalyst that starts a ripple of kindness that is endless." Terry Holder

Holder's award winning songs are garnering well deserved attention. Her engaging performances and ability to charm and connect with her listeners are opening hearts. Gifted with a voice to break your heart and with a touching display of emotive vocals, she weaves her songs from the heart and soul.

Her new studio CD "Flowers at Midnight" was co-produced with Garey Shelton. The production ranges from stripped down to full on produced with the acoustic guitars the focal point on most of the songs. Holder says the songs on this album were inspired by real life, the things that really resonate in the heart. On "Flowers at Midnight" you will find songs about old Love letters, the tears of a child, being comfortable in your own skin, the power of paying it forward, the magic of a fortune teller, common threads that tie us together as human beings, devastating loss and enduring love. The title track "Flowers at Midnight" is a magical dream song inspired by a friend looking for true love.

Established in 1869, the Roman Catholic Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity serve in Catholic Health Care, Education and Parish-Community Service in the Midwest, Central and Southwest United States.

Contact Sr. Julie Ann Sheahan, OSF
920-323-9632
sjulieann@fscc-calledtobe.org

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