Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity ring in 2012 with American singer-songwriter Kate Campbell singing a moving mini-on-line concert. Her meaningful music clearly speaks to the theme of National Migration Week January 8-14, 2012 inviting reflection on comprehensive immigration reform. Her lyrics also challenge us each day and all year long to deeper conversion of heart in our relationships with God and others.
Kate Campbell’s Mini-on-line Concert
With her compassionate tone, Kate Campbell has made a musical niche for herself telling stories exploring the complex topics of race, religion, history and human relationships. It started with her award-winning debut record, 1995’s Songs from the Levee, and continues with her latest offering, Two Nights in Texas, recorded live at Blue Rock Artist Ranch and Studio in Wimberley, Texas on April 8-9, 2010. Each of Kate’s albums is a distinctive and incomparable slice of music from one of the most unique artists recording today. Click here to read more about Kate.
Some of Kate’s Memorable Lyric Clips:
“Kingdom come Love be done Here on earth Just like in heaven Shining, shining Like the sun We are all shining like the sun…”
“I’ll put my hand to the plow I’ll hold my head up proud I’m going out…”
“You have always been a rock A silent hurricane A light of focus when I could not see Now I want you to know If there comes a need You can count on me…”
Read the Catholic Bishops of Wisconsin’s, Traveling Together in Hope, a December 2011 pastoral letter on Immigration. Visit the United States Catholic Bishops website Justice for Immigrants and Franciscan International, a non-governmental organization that voices concerns at the United Nations. Advocate for policies and prevention programs on human trafficking as well as the establishment of protection measures and assistance to the victims.