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'Let Freedom Sing' new song in response to HHS mandate by Catholic singer/songwriter, Annie Karto

8/6/2012 - 12:19 PM PST

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TREASURE ISLAND, FL (August 6, 2012) - "Let Freedom Sing" is a song of proclamation, defending our right to religious freedom. As a Catholic singer/songwriter, I wanted to use my voice to speak up. I was inspired by Dr. Helen Alvare's website, www.womenspeakforthemselves.

The song can be ordered at www.anniekarto.com

I quote Pope Benedict XVI, "I have a mustard seed, and I am not afraid to use it." This song is just a mustard seed, but if we all use our seeds together, we can be a strong voice in this culture and on the political scene.


Annie Karto, Windswept Records

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Windswept Records
http://www.anniekarto.com  FL, 33706 US
Annie Karto - singer,  727-363-3504

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religious freedom, Let Freedom Sing, CD, Catholic music, first amendment, election,

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