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Subject: A nun's protest song (U.S. 2012)|
From: Desert Dancer
Date: 02 Dec 12 - 11:38 AM
In the New York Times...
Nun Uses Music to Convey Spirited Message Against the Vatican's Rebuke
When Kathy Sherman was in college during the final years of the Vietnam War, she played the guitar with friends in her dorm room and sang folk and protest songs over bowls of popcorn. They sang Peter, Paul and Mary and Joan Baez, and some friends said her voice reminded them of Judy Collins.
(more at the link)
Love Cannot Be Silenced (YouTube)
"Love Cannot Be Silenced" was written and composed from the heart by Kathy Sherman, a sister in the Congregation of St. Joseph.
Love cannot be silenced.
It never has.
It never will.
Let justice roll like a river from the oceans to the hills.
Rise up Sisters. Rise up.
And stand with you your heads held high.
We are faithful, loving, and wise.
Dancing along side by side.
With a Gospel vision to lead us.
And Holy Fire in our eyes.
~ Becky in Long Beach
Subject: RE: A nun's protest song (U.S. 2012)|
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 03 Dec 12 - 02:34 AM
thanks for posting the link, Becky