Praying with Music
For many of us, music is often a transcendent experience, lifting us above the worries and distractions of daily life. Consider using music as a doorway into prayer and cultivating your ability to listen with the ear of your heart.
Amee Heigl has been a member of the St. Patrick team since 2015. Music has always been a part of Amee’s life, from family jam sessions to Christian music. Amee studied Liturgical Music at the College of St. Benedict – St. John’s University. A strong believer in community, her mission is to bring people closer to God and each other through prayerful and vibrant worship. When she’s not being a music and liturgy nerd, Amee has adventures with her husband, Brent, their four silly sons, and their black Labrador.
Register for the Follow-up Session: Go Deeper with Audio Divina in Advent: December 4, 6-7pm St. Cecelia Room
Community Praise and Worship nights (Fire Up): May 6
Chaplet of Divine Mercy in Song 1x/month, usually after 9:00am Mass. Upcoming dates:
11/17 after 9am, 12/15 after 9am, 1/18 after 5pm, 2/16 after 9am, 3/15 after 9am, 4/19 Divine Mercy Sunday Holy Hour at 2:30pm, 5/10 after 9am.
Amee’s top 3 song recommendations for Audio Divina:
“Restless” by Audrey Assad; “Alabaster” by Rend Collective; “O Come to the Altar”
by Elevation Worship
Audio / Formed.org: Sacred Music and the Mass – Adam Bartlett
Video / Formed.org: The Elements of The Mass – Episode 12 & 13