Concert Celebrates the Joy and Hope of Religious Life
January 26 concert will feature 60-voice choir, vocal and instrumental soloists
“In Joyful Hope” will feature a 60-voice massed choir under the direction of Charles Q. Sullivan, executive and artistic director of Early Music Now, along with the School Sister of St. Francis Chapel Singers and vocal and instrumental soloists. The concert is free and open to the public. A free will offering will be accepted.
“Seeing women and men from ten different communities join their voices, their hearts, and their spirits was a powerful living witness of consecrated life in the Church,” said Sister Mary Jane Wagner, Director of the School Sisters of St. Francis Music Ministry and an organizer of last year and this year’s event.
“The concert is an example of just one of the many ways that the communities of religious women and men collaborate together in our archdiocese,”
Sister Marianne Kempa, SSND, sees great potential in this year’s concert.
“I hope that it will be a joy-filled inspiring experience for participants as well as attendees—a time for all to be grateful that we are God’s people working together to bring joy and hope to our world!”
St. Joseph Chapel is located at St. Joseph Center, the international motherhouse of the School Sisters of St. Francis. Ample free parking is available in the School Sisters of St. Francis lot at 29th Street and Orchard Street.
For more information about this special event, please contact Sister Mary Jane Wagner at 414-385-5246 or by email at email@example.com.
Sister Mary Jane Wagner