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Music

Temporarily sidetracked by Hitler, Catholic convert Walter Braunfels went on to compose deeply beautiful music

Composer of religious works and operas refused to write the Nazis' party anthem. He paid for it.

The Divine and Daniel Johnston

Daniel Johnston was a man of sorrows, a creator of beauty, a keeper of faith

Convoy of Hope releases inspirational album to raise charity funds

All proceeds from 'Hope Has a Name' will go towards impoverished and hurting families around the world.

The Benedictine monk who changed the way we learn music

As Augustine wrote, "He who sings prays twice."

The “Rapper in Black”: Why a Christian is taking the music world by storm

Nathan Feuerstein, or NF, is a 28-year-old rapper who just released his fourth studio album, 'The Search.'

The choir that brings babies and parents together to sing

There's a whole lot more than a sing-along that happens in this group.

Lamenting the loss of Notre-Dame’s acoustics

It's hard to imagine a world without music, but let's try.

This one song is helping a non-verbal boy find his voice

Thanks to his older siblings singing "Old Town Road," a four-year-old is finding a way to communicate.

In Burkina Faso, a Sister uses music to fight forces of darkness

Sister Anne-Marie regularly travels throughout the country to bring a musical message of hope

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