The music went on during fall semester

The above video features Pie Jesu by composer Victor C. Johnson. The Liturgical Choir members who presented the piece are Jenna Grieshop, Engineering ’21 Lauren Pfeifer, Business ’23, Ari Manta, Health Sciences ’23 | Text and translation: Pie Jesu (Merciful Jesus) Qui tollis peccata mundi (who takes away the sins of the world.) Dona eis requiem. (grant us peace)

Thank you, student musicians for providing liturgical music!

  • Jackie Gerhardson, senior, Biomedical Engineering, and a minor in Computer Engineering
  • Emily Kivland, grad student, Physical Therapy Doctorate program
  • Carissa Burnes, senior, Secondary Education and Broad Field Science with a Concentration in Biology and a minor in Chemistry
  • Collin Wrobel, senior, Computer Science and Mathematics
  • Edward Dold, grad student, Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Gabriella Accardi, freshman, Computer Engineering
  • Claire Conger, senior, Exercise Physiology & Physical Therapy Doctorate Program
  • Patrick Sheehan, grad student, Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Charles Peterson, freshman, Political Science (Thursday night 10 p.m. Mass)
  • Dominique Vazquez, senior, Education and Theology (Thursday night 10 p.m. Mass)

Student reflects on semester of liturgical music



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