GREEN BAY, Wisc., July 7, 2014 /Christian Newswire
/ -- The Franciscan July Song is Catholic singer-songwriter Pasquale Talarico's "My Everything." Enjoy a free download through July at the Franciscan Sisters' vocational discernment Franciscanized World page http://fscc-calledtobe.org
The California musician reflected that "'My Everything' is a prayer that I wrote about returning back to God. For a while, it had seemed that many of the choices I was making was for my own glory, not the Lord's glory. By the Grace of God, I was able to see this and return back to Him, always doing my best to put my focus and trust in Him."
Pasquale began work in youth ministry when he was only twenty years old. For over nineteen years he has dedicated his life to the ministry of the Church. He travels around the nation teaching disciples of all ages about God's amazing grace and infinite mercy. He also holds his Advanced Certificate in Pastoral Liturgy from Loyola Marymount University. Pasquale offers the programming for parish or Diocesan Youth Events.
St. Francis turned completely to the work of God desiring to fulfill the Gospel call: My God and My All. May you, too, be moved to action as you listen from the depths of your heart to this song of praise to God. We invite you to comment on this song and how it moves your heart.
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