Does anyone remember Webster’s little secret? Well, how about Christian Contemporary music written and performed by a Catholic? No need to keep that a secret, right? But heck, I’m probably the last Catholic to ever hear of Matt Maher or his music.
Now, I first heard one of his songs on the Message, which I play whenever I’m driving my wife’s car on taxi duty. A quick search on the internet later and I learned that he is a Catholic, which really wouldn’t matter if he couldn’t carry a tune. But from the selections below you will hear that he can do that quite handily.
Now, there is no need for me to re-write Maher’s website for him in order to introduce him to you. Besides, I don’t know enough about him to write much anyway. You can read all about him yourself here. But before you go there, have a listen to the following tunes I was able to cobble together from the videos available on YouTube. Many of these include the lyrics to the songs, so I’ll keep my comments to a minimum.
The artists introduction to Hold Us Together.
Hold Us Together
Alive Again. When writing the songs for this album, Maher determined that “the over-arching theme that emerged seemed to be centering on what it means to be alive. The whole notion that God became a human being should change the way we look at what it means to be human, and ultimately the way it leads us is back to the cross.”
Your Grace Is Enough
As It Is In Heaven
Empty and Beautiful
Lay It Down
Head on over to i-Tunes and pick up one of his albums (I just did!). And then check his website to see if he may be coming to a concert hall near you.