We use our own and third party cookies to improve your user experience; by continuing to browse, we understand that you accept their use. You can get more information on our cookies policy.

Rome Reports

You are using an outdated browser

In order to deliver the greatest experience to our visitors we use cutting edge web development techniques that require a modern browser. To view this page please use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer 11 or greater


Singing nuns: from the monastery to a record deal

This group of sisters rarely steps foot outside their monastery, but their quickly gaining world wide recognition, through song.

MOTHER CECILIA

Prioress, Priory of Our Lady of Ephesus (US)

“The day truly revolves around the divine office, we chant seven times a day and once in the night, the grand chant. The ancient chant of the Church.”

It is their love of God though music that caught the attention of record producers.

;

In addition to prayer, these Benedictine sisters are often found working on vestments for priests, or tending to their garden.

But for three days, their monastery became a recording studio.

MOTHER CECILIA

Prioress, Priory of Our Lady of Ephesus (US)

“we are always singing so it was just natural that we make a CD so that we could give something of our lives to people out in the world.”

The final product is a full feature album, featuring 16 hymns, and available now to the public.

Proceeds will help them continue their service to God. But even more importantly, it will help them build a more permanent home, and continue their worship trough song. ;

RCA

RR

-

-PR