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December 8th, 2009
Interview and Performance: The Priests
 
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Friends of the show, all the way from Ireland, Father Eugene O’Hagan, Father Martin O’Hagan and Father David Delargy are the singing trio known as “The Priests”.  Their new album Harmony is available now!  It’s been called one of the top three new Christmas albums to buy this year, and it’s a  beautiful collection of 15 brand new recordings of some of the most beloved songs of all time including “Amazing Grace,” “The Lords Prayer”, and “Silent Night.” Here on the show to both talk to Father Dave about both their singing and pastoral careers, and also to perform songs from their latest album, The Priests.



 
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  • Bob Zima

    What an inspiration the three of you are.I was exposed to you on a PBS special Christmas night. Thank you for an amazing experience.

  • Maria S Celis

    re: Silent Night- Can’t recall listening to this song being sung so beautifully. Thanks to Awesome Trio- The Priests-”HOLY” “HOLY” “HOLY”

  • Maria S Celis

    To describe the priests singing/songs..
    hearwarming,goose-bumps and tears.

  • Maria S Celis

    I admire the three priests for using their God given talent of love of music to touch and inspire people specially during the Christmas season.

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