Hey Music Lovers! Here’s a Chance to Support Good Art!

It is now less than one week until the release of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of the Apostles‘- Angels and Saints at Ephesus album.

Angels and Saints at Ephesus, is scheduled to release on May 7th. Nine-time International Grammy® winning producer Christopher Alder has produced the album.  Alder is considered the Number 1 Classical Music producer in the world.

Additionally, EWTN will air a 30-minute special on the making of the album the week of May 5. In case you haven’t seen it, here is a wonderful visual sneak peek at the album.

This album benefits the sisters and the community directly.  They need the financial blessings from this album. Please help raise their Amazon saleshttp://www.amazon.com/Angels-Saints-Ephesus-Benedictines-Apostles/dp/B00C6705WI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1365037814&sr=8-1&keywords=angels+and+saints+at+ephesus

Please remember, time is of the essence.

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  • Michael Matthew

    Wow! The short video brought tears to my eyes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bekah.skiba Bekah Skiba

    The Sisters’ music is truly beautiful! Well worth the investment.

  • B.E. Ward

    If anyone has Rhapsody, I noticed their Advent album is available there.. which makes me think this one will be, too. AFAIK, Rhapsody pays the artists about 1/50th of a shekel for every song played. It’s next-to-nothing, but still something. Bottom line is, if you have Rhapsody or any other streaming service, look for the nuns and they’ll at least get paid a little!