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Dan Schutte Live Concert
October 15 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm$15.00 – $20.00
After many months of being closed to the public we are happy to announce that Dan Schutte will once again grace us with his presence in the Queen of the Rosary Chapel at Sinsinawa Mound!
You’ve been singing Dan’s beloved melodies for years. Now the composer of “Here I Am, Lord,” “City of God” and “Sing a New Song” wants to share his love of God with you. Dan weaves stories, prayer and reflection with song, inviting all into a deeper relationship with God. Dan has been composing music for worship for over 50 years and continues to inspire with uplifting new compositions for liturgy and personal spirituality, exhibiting an enduring ability to reach into people’s hearts and draw them into prayer. Other favorites are: “These Alone Are Enough,” “I Found the Treasure,” “Though the Mountains May Fall,” and “You Are Near.”
Friday, October 15, 7 p.m. in Queen of the Rosary Chapel. This concert will be available both in person and via livestream.
$20 / live Registration ends on Friday, October 15 at noon.
$15 / livestream (unlimited). Registration will end on Wednesday, October 13 at noon. The livestream link will be sent to you on Wednesday afternoon The link will only be available during the time of the concert.
Dan Schutte is one of the best-known and most influential composers of Catholic music for liturgy in the English-speaking world. In addition to his Jesuit formation, Dan holds two master’s degrees, one in theology and one in liturgy, from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. He did graduate studies in music composition under the direction of Fr. Kevin Waters, SJ, at Seattle University. He has three honorary doctoral degrees for his contribution to the life of the Church.
Dan has served as liturgist and music director in various pastoral and academic settings. That experience, his deep knowledge of Sacred Scripture and a strong sense of Ignatian spirituality form the basis of every event he leads. Dan spends a significant amount of time each year traveling to offer concerts, retreats, workshops and parish missions to communities throughout the country. His ministry has had an enormous impact of the spiritual journey of millions of people.
Currently, Dan is composer-in-residence at the University of San Francisco.