Seminarian makes a Music Video

He writes:

My name is Alvaro Vega and I’m a seminarian in my second year of theology, studying for the Archdiocese of Miami at St. Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary in Florida.

It is with great joy that I share with you the music video for “iBelieve,” a hip-hop song I wrote/produced/performed that proclaims faith in Jesus Christ, for the Year of Faith! The purpose of the song/video is to reach out to the youth with the message of Christ via internet media – to evangelize the culture and edify Catholics! All for the glory of God!

I hope you enjoy the video. Please feel free to use this as a tool for evangelization or write about it on your blog! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

The video “iBelieve” by Communion:

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  • Timothy Quigley II

    This ain’t half bad. I like it.

    • Chris

      This is written for the teens, they need songs to help them on their journey !

  • MJK

    Wow…Given I find so called “christian” rock music saccharine and just plain god awful and goofy, the attempt at Christianizing a subpar form of “music” oft referred to as “rap” is really unfortunate; it’s obvious that this subpar form of “music” speaks to this fellow, but just because it speaks to you doesn’t make it worthwhile.

    (Also, let’s cease mixing up “being nice” with being “charitable” … they are fundamentally, metaphysically, theologically, ontologically, and completely two distinct dispositions.

  • AnneG

    I think it’s not bad. I don’t really like the “angels” being kids. Traditionally they are pretty fearsome creatures. And, Alvaro, be sure to learn chant as well. You would be good at it.

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  • ImTim

    A nice attempt. The music leaves much to be desired, but the editing is well done.