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Catholic singer whose vocal injury taught her God's love launches her new album

Taylor Tripodi is a Catholic musician from the United States. Since the day she could speak, she has always been singing. 

However, it was only at the age of 11, when cantering in Church one day, she realized her talent could be used for much more than just entertaining people.

“I just remember being in awe of the fact that I could feel the presence of God so deeply, while singing his praises. I think it was at that moment when I realized this is something I want to do for the rest of my life.”

In writing her songs, she wants to express her great need for God and His relationship with humanity.

“It just comes from my poverty and for my need for the Lord.” “I really try to convey through my music and through the songs and the lyrics that I write is this immense void and immense need for God, but the fact that he is so good and so faithful. Even when I am not.”

Taylor Tripodi recently produced her new album “Awakening.” The songs are based on when she experienced a vocal injury.

In that moment of crisis, she thought her future music career and worth as a person was over. However, during this period of uncertainty, Taylor discovered how much more God loves her. 

“At that time in my life I really considered my voice to be the thing about me the only thing about me that was really important.” “In that season of doubt and despair, just wondering what the Lord was doing. I think that He showed me through that time of a period of waiting and a period of uncertainty that there is so much more to me than just my ability to sing and to make music. At the end of the day if He had never given me a voice at all I would still be as much valuable to Him and not just valuable but He would still love me no matter what.”

She hopes her new album can help people realize that no matter what season of life they are in or the dry spells, pain and suffering they are going through God still truly loves and sees them.