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Celtic Psalms

Along with the McGrath family of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, I have arranged and recorded four volumes of psalms set to Irish and Scottish melodies. Go to www.celticpsalms.com to hear song samples and learn more about this bridge-building project.

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Be a part of creating beautiful music that crosses barriers. Music brings us together, and the words of the Psalms connect us with our shared humanity. As a cross-community group based in Northern Ireland, this is really important to us as we work towards peace and reconciliation in this society. Also, we have a lot of fun making music together! In exchange for your monthly support, we will share a bit of what goes on behind the scenes, live videos of us singing together, and invitations to live streamed concerts or events. 

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Latest Posts

Psalms for the Spirit Ep. 20: How Do We Pay Attention and Not Lose Hope? with Rebecca Dudley

Today’s guest is Peace Lee – spiritual director, preacher, and educator on decolonial and feminist perspectives. In this conversation, we reconnect over our mutual love for the Psalms: how they can be imprinted on our hearts and come to us when we need them most, how we can read them afresh as we consider new language for them, the importance of lament in finding healing and wholeness, and how the Psalms can nourish us in building a more just and equitable world.

Psalms for the Spirit Ep. 19: Persistence as a Sign of Deep Faith, with Munther Isaac

Today’s guest is Peace Lee – spiritual director, preacher, and educator on decolonial and feminist perspectives. In this conversation, we reconnect over our mutual love for the Psalms: how they can be imprinted on our hearts and come to us when we need them most, how we can read them afresh as we consider new language for them, the importance of lament in finding healing and wholeness, and how the Psalms can nourish us in building a more just and equitable world.

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