This stunning double CD, from Marilla profiling the lives of the Saints, is truly uplifting and inspiring.
Marilla paints a vivid picture In words and music of the extraordinary heights to which ordinary people are raised through doing God’s work.
And she demonstrates how great holiness is possible for us, if we do as they did and abandon ourselves to the will of God.
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This album features sixteen songs for Lent, beautifully sung by Marilla.
The holy season of Lent is a time of fasting, prayer and penance, which prepares us to celebrate the glorious resurrection of our Lord.
Let these beautiful sacred songs selected from Marilla’s albums help you to meditate on the passion, death and overwhelming love of our Lord Jesus.
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In this phenomenal double album Marilla reminds us that the most important thing in our lives is our relationship with God.
She offers us insights into faith and gives us an understanding of God and His purpose and will for us. Featuring thirteen beautiful Biblical Songs from her albums, her wish is that we will be encouraged to make Bible reading a daily practice.
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Let Marilla’s beautiful vocals touch your soul as she breathes new life into twenty of the very best Worship and Adoration songs ever written.
The combination of her unique voice with fine orchestral and guitar arrangements, makes this a very special album indeed and one to to treasure.
It can be used in personal moments of quiet reflection to bring us closer to Jesus, or equally in prayer group settings, where the gentle flowing Medleys will raise us to new heights of awareness of His presence in our midst.
And when used as a background during Eucharistic Adoration, the presence of Jesus will manifest itself in our hearts and bring us ever closer to Him.
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Marilla’s beautiful new CD reminds us that although this devotion goes back to the Middle Ages, it has become better known, following the Vatican-approved Marian apparitions in Kibeho, Rwanda, in the 1980s.
In her many apparitions in Kibeho, Our Lady asked specifically that we should pray the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows, promising that through this, we would receive abundant graces.
Praying the Seven Sorrows reminds us of the key role played by Our Lady in our Redemption and of the suffering she endured along with her Son Jesus, to save us.
Marilla leads us in praying the Seven Sorrows and sings excerpts from some beautiful hymns to Our Lady, featured in her Albums. Click Here to Buy
These very beautiful Rosary Beads, were specially commissioned to use in conjunction with the Seven Sorrows CD and can be ordered with the CD, or separately as you wish.
SORROWFUL WOMAN CD DIGITALLY REMASTERED
MLM Records has re-released Marilla’s stunning album, Sorrowful Woman, dedicated to Our Blessed Lady.
It has been digitally re-mastered and contains six extra tracks taken from her other albums making a total of seventeen of the Catholic Church’s most loved Hymns to Our Lady available on one CD.
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Celebration Concert at the National Shrine Walsingham July 2nd 2011
Marilla was in Concert at Walsingham to celebrate the 950th Anniversary
of the Shrine.
The July 2010 edition of Christian Music News by Geoff Howlett on BBC Humberside had this to say about Marilla’s recent appearance at St Francis Xavier’s Church, in Motherwell, Scotland:
“The Catholic Herald recently reported that Marilla Ness drew crowds from near and far for her first ever event in Scotland – held in support of the persecuted church.
About 400 fans – some from as far as Somerset – packed into St Francis Xavier church in Carfin, outside Motherwell, for ‘An Evening of Prayerful Music’.
Marilla Ness: Charity concert in Scotland
The concert raised nearly £3,000 for the Catholic charity, Aid to the Church in Need, which supports persecuted and other suffering Christians.
Following their return from a successful ministry trip to the USA, Hull based husband and wife duo Living Hope release their new album, Chronicles, on July 9th with a launch party at the Manna Coffee House in Cottingham.”
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Marilla Ness, the leading Catholic singer, drew crowds from near and far for her first ever event in Scotland – held in support of the persecuted Church, writes John Newton.
About 400 fans – some from as far as Somerset – packed into St Francis Xavier church, Carfin, outside Motherwell, for “An Evening of Prayerful Music”.
The concert, on Thursday April 29, raised nearly £3,000 for Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need, which supports persecuted and other suffering Christians.
Described as Britain’s number one Christian recording artist, Irish-born Marilla Ness performed for almost two hours, singing a selection from her top-selling albums including Holy Spirit We Welcome You, Holy Is His Name, and Spirit of Lord.
Marilla was voted ‘International Artist of the Year’ and her album ‘I Believe in You’ received the accolade of ‘International Album of the Year ‘ and the song ‘ ‘ Were you there,’ featured on the album, took the award for ‘Best Song of the Year’ at the ninth UCMVA (United Catholic Music and Video Association) Unity awards ceremony held at Loyola University in New Orleans, USA, on 25th October.
The association was set up to support. encourage and promote the development of all forms of Catholic music and the Unity awards for which votes were invited from all association members are designed to recognise the achievements and excellence in various categories of music and video.
Asked for her reaction, Marilla said, ” I was absolutely thrilled to receive three awards especially as the nominations came from people involved in the music scene in the USA. It’s great to know my work and ministry are enjoyed and appreciated by fellow artists and other music professionals.”