Kate Morgan | Nov. 11, 2013 | Notre Dame News
The University of Notre Dame Office of Campus Ministry will host a special musical celebration at 8 p.m. Nov. 22 (Friday) in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart to honor the conclusion of the worldwide Year of Faith. The Notre Dame Liturgical Choir, Folk Choir and Women’s Liturgical Choir will each perform an individual piece of sacred music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart before coming together to sing the Mozart Coronation Mass with orchestra.
“This Year of Faith has been an opportunity for us to focus our faith and deepen our relationships with Jesus Christ,” said Rev. James King, C.S.C., director of Campus Ministry. “Specifically, the Year of Faith served as a call for us to pray harder, listen more intently and live with hearts open to God. This concert is an opportunity for us to celebrate our faith and acknowledge our relationships with Christ and the Church.”