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22/11/2015

The Archbishop of Canterbury and Cardinal Vincent Nichols give their reaction to the atrocities in Paris and offer their messages of hope for the future.

35 minutes

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Sun 22 Nov 2015 16:15

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  • David Jenkins

    In Heavenly Love Abiding

    Choir: The congregation of St German’s Church, Cardiff. Conductor: Tim Rhys-Evans. Featured Artist: Huw Tregelles Williams. Featured Artist: Les Craven. Featured Artist: Katherine Thomas. Featured Artist: Jonathan Burgess. Featured Artist: Angus West. Featured Artist: Chris Hodges. Music Arranger: Geoff Ellerby. Lyricist: Anna Waring.

    Tune:Penlan Composer:David Jenkins

  • Jessie Seymour Irvine

    The Lord’s My Shepherd

    Choir: St Andrew’s Metropolitan Cathedral’s congregation. Featured Artist: Steven Rance. Composer: David Grant. Music Arranger: William Baird Ross. Lyricist: The Scottish Psalter.

    Tune:Crimond Composer:Jessie Seymour Irvine

  • Arthur Sullivan

    Nearer My God To Thee / Just As I Am

    Choir: The congregation of Ruach City Church, Brixton. Featured Artist: Nicky Brown. Featured Artist: Mark Crawford. Featured Artist: Jerry Logan. Featured Artist: Clive McKinley. Featured Artist: Michael Osbourne. Featured Artist: Olrick Coker. Featured Artist: Marcia Walder Thomas. Featured Artist: Danielle Mahailet. Music Arranger: Nicky Brown. Lyricist: Sarah Flower Adams.

    Tune:Propior Deo 64 64 664 Composer:Arthur S Sullivan

  • William Henry Monk

    Abide With Me

    Choir: The congregation of St Thomas’ Parish Church, Belfast. Conductor: Jonathan Rea. Featured Artist: New Irish Orchestra. Music Arranger: Jonathan Rea. Lyricist: Henry Francis Lyte.

    Tune:Eventide Composer:William Henry Monk

  • Michael W. Smith

    Angus Dei

    Choir: Shaun Escoffery and Adventist Vocal Ensemble. Conductor: Ken Burton. Featured Artist: George Acquah,. Featured Artist: Marc Baptiste. Featured Artist: Chris Brown. Featured Artist: Andy Kydd,. Featured Artist: Kenton Reid. Lyricist: Michael W. Smith.

    Composer:Michael W Smith

  • Lorenzo Dobici

    Soul Of My Saviour

    Choir: The congregation of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Sutton Coldfield. Conductor: Jo Boyce. Featured Artist: Jo Boyce. Featured Artist: Andy ross. Featured Artist: Juan Manzanera. Featured Artist: Emily Clark. Featured Artist: Lian Hargreaves. Featured Artist: Dan Callow. Featured Artist: Andrew Moss. Music Arranger: Craig McLeish. Lyricist: Pope John XXIII.

    Composer:Lorenzo Dobici

  • Samuel Webbe the elder

    For The Healing Of The Nations

    Choir: The congregation of Warwick Road United Reformed Church, Coventry. Conductor: Paul Leddington Wright. Featured Artist: Jaguar Landrover Brass Band. Featured Artist: Tim Campain. Featured Artist: St Michael’s Singers. Music Arranger: Paul Leddington Wright. Lyricist: Fred Kaan.

    Tune:Alleluia Dulce Carmen Composer:Samuel Webbe the elder

Music

  • In Heavenly Love Abiding was performed by the congregation of St German's Church, Cardiff.
  • The Lord's My Shepherd was performed by the congregation of St Andrew’s Metropolitan Cathedral.
  • Nearer My God To Thee / Just As I Am was performed by the congregation of Ruach City Church, Brixton.
  • Abide With Me was performed by the congregation of St Thomas’ Parish Church, Belfast.
  • Agnus Dei was performed by Shaun Escoffery and Adventist Vocal Ensemble at Hackney Empire, London.
  • Soul Of My Saviour was performed by the congregation of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Sutton Coldfield.
  • For The Healing Of The Nations was performed by the congregation of Warwick Road United Reformed Church, Coventry.

Stories

Paris Tragedy  

The Archbishop of Canterbury and Cardinal Vincent Nichols give their reaction to the atrocities in Paris and offer their messages of hope for the future.  Aled Jones is at the Notre Dame de France church (off Leicester Square) where Violette Vérité, a young frenchwoman living in London, recalls her feelings after the shootings and reveals that three of the murdered victims were her friends. 

Shaun Escoffery

Shaun Escoffery talks about how his faith has underpinned his life and his singing career. In this week's show he sings Agnus Dei with backing from Ken Burton’s Adventist Vocal Ensemble. 

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Aled Jones
Series Producer Matthew Napier
Executive Producer Dave Stanford

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