At the moment when our lives are darkest, in the grip of our spiritual night, the Morning Star heralds the coming of dawn, a new day of rebirth. Against this “dark night of the soul,” as St. John of the Cross called it, the Morning Star seems brightest. At the end of our long night, the Morning Star appears. May we all this Christmas sing with the angels in celebration! God’s blessing of light upon you and yours this season!
Performed by Chardon Church Cantoria Choir
by Joseph M. Martin, orchestration by Brant Adams
Directed by Linda Prusha
|Song / Narration||Performer|
|Narration / Prologue||Narrator|
|Joy to the World||Choir|
|There is a Star||Choir|
|O Loving Father of the Stars||Choir|
|Rejoice, Rejoice, Ye People||Choir|
|And the Stars Sang||Choir|
|Sing We Now of Christmas||Choir|
|Follow the Star||Choir|
|Just Beyond the Manger||Choir|
|How Brightly Shines the Morning Star||Choir|
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