Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Vatican launches a new CD with the voice of John Paul II beatification plea

- A new CD with new compositions and original arrangements that accompany prayers, sermons, psalms and speeches of John Paul II in six languages, entitled "Tu es Christus," is on sale today in stores and online. The new album is produced by Multimedia San Paolo and published by Sony Music Italy and has thirteen tracks, nine with the voice of Pope Wojtyla.

Others are played by the Spanish tenor Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli Italian and Irish group The Priests. The compositions are by Stefano Mainetti, Simon Boswell and Nando Bonini and the text of Pope John Paul II from the sound archives of Vatican Radio, recorded over nearly 27 years as Pope Wojtyla.

The album was recorded in studios in Rome, London, Ireland and New York and also worked several Gregorian choirs, including the Pueri Cantores the Sistine Musical Hair. "Tu es Christus" was published twelve years after Abba Pater "Music CD in 1999 with the voice of John Paul II and Poland became the biggest selling album that year.

Project promoters said today in Rome that the CD was recorded to celebrate the imminent beatification of John Paul II, on 1 May in the Vatican and that the topics chosen represent the message to the Church and the world of a man that guided the spiritual destinies of more than one million people and led the Church into the third millennium.

Also today, ORP (ORP), responsible for organizing the event for the beatification of John Paul II, reported that to date have already confirmed their attendance 300,000, a figure that will rise considerably, as defined by the CEO the agency of the Roman church, Cesare Atuire. Atuire said that the OPR's mission is to ensure that all who wish to come to Rome for the event, found the city "ready and open." Mario Cutruffo, vice mayor of Rome, said, meanwhile, is still possible to find accommodation in the Eternal City from 20 euros per night and in locations close to Rome, well connected to the capital, you can find good hotels at moderate prices.

Regarding the increase of prices of some hotels on the occasion of the beatification, Atuire said that "some are wrong and are now backtracking and returning to regular prices, which guarantees the Ethics Charter signed hotels." Roma experienced for nearly three decades of tourism thanks to John Paul II.

It would be shameful that now there is speculation her beatification, "said Atuire.

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