Mrs. Wilson's Music

To the Our Lady of Grace School Community,
 
Greetings in the name of Jesus!
 
I must say I miss you all, and especially your children!  Although apart, students and former students participated in two beautiful video messages of hope below.   Also, since I did not get to spend any time with my eighth grade cantors before graduation, I made a video compilation of their class's musical performances.  I hope you enjoy!
 
 
 
Also, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, some of our students and former students recorded two beautiful musical messages of hope:
 
 
 
Another important message from our school as performed in 2018:
 
Also, check out my Youtube channel where I post some of our best concert performances.  (Keep checking back too as I am uploading more!):
 
The first one is called "Mrs. Wilson's Peaceful Playlist."
This playlist includes many of the more meditative songs we sing at Mass.  Even the youngest know some of these songs.   (My apologies for ads they are unavoidable.)   These are songs they can play quietly while they work or pray.   Take time to listen to your children sing along, it will lift your hearts. Sometimes I even ask the younger students to close their eyes, fold their hands, and "pray" the songs.   As St. Augustine says, "When you sing you pray twice."
 
The second playlist is called "Mrs. Wilson's Praise and Worship Music"
This playlist features some of our more up tempo songs that your children love to sing, clap, and dance to.  
 
If you like Spotify, I have personal, more extensive playlists which I am happy to share with you:
 
I thought I'd re-share a song we did a few years ago "Go Light Your World", which is so appropriate right now.   At this time our worlds are limited to those we can be with safely, but carries such a great message to be the Light of Christ wherever we are, to whomever we are with, even in our homes:
 

Our Lady of Grace School sings "Go Light Your World" Finale 2016 from Mrs. Wilson on Vimeo

In closing, please know I am praying for all of you daily.   Stay safe!   I am confident there are brighter days ahead!
 
With love in Christ,
Mrs. Wilson