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"Chaplet of Divine Mercy" Sung by Donna Cori Gibson

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Uploaded by Catholic Familyland on Apr 2, 2013

Chaplet of Divine Mercy Sung by Donna Cori Gibson


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  1. Frank Marsala
    9 months ago

    I came across Donna's Chaplet while searching YouTube and was totally blown away!!!! I am a classically trained singer having had a solo career in opera/oratorio/etc. I also am a guitarist and love contemporary Catholic music. Donna is truly blessed by the Lord!!! Her powerful voice and beautiful melodies totally immerse you in the prayers she sets to music! Donna's Chaplet is the best setting I have EVER come across.
    Our Parish is run by the Marians of the Immaculate Conception. Divine Mercy Sunday is huge for us. I have led the singing of the Chaplet, using the traditional setting, for the past 12 years. This year we are switching to Donna's setting :)

    I am in the process of learning all of her "prayer" songs, for which music is available on her website. Every song Donna has written is a work of art. Check out her website . . . you will be truly blessed!!!!

    www.donnacorigibson.com

  2. Sr.Saima
    10 months ago

    very good

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