Canticle of the Turning

Author: Rory Cooney

Rory Cooney is an accomplished composer, skilled liturgist and parish music director. His music expresses a deep reverence for the text as well as a lively concern for the practical needs of the parish. He has published several recordings and his compositions have appeared in Glory & Praise, Breaking Bread and Music Issue. He has a bachelor's degree in liberal studies from St. Mary's of the Barrens Seminary in Perryville, Missouri and a two year certificate from Corpus Christi Center for Advanced Liturgical Study. Rory works with various institutes of the North American Forum on the Catechumenate and Institutes on the Christian Initiation of Children. After 11 years serving as director of liturgy and music at St. Jerome Catholic Commu… Go to person page >

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First Line: My soul cries out with a joyful shout
Title: Canticle of the Turning
Author: Rory Cooney
Refrain First Line: My heart shall sing of the day you bring
Copyright: © 1990, GIA Publications, Inc.



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