Ubi Caritas (Gregorian Chant) Sung by Julianne Woods and the participants at the Anglophone Safeguarding conference held at the Pontifical Irish College, Rome, Friday 11 July 2014.
Paidir na Trinóide (Prayer of the Trinity)
11th Century Irish Prayer
Music by Liam Lawton and sung by Julianne Woods (Rome, July 2014)
Síoth Athair an Aídh
Síoth Chríosta na Páis
Síoth Spíorad na nGrás
Dúinn féin is don ál ‘ta óg
The Peace of the Father of Fortune
The Peace of the Christ of the Passion
The Peace of the Spirit of Graces
On us and all our Children
Queen of the May
Traditional, adapted by Mary E Walsh (1883)
Sung by Julianne Woods accompanied by Marian Gaynor. May 2014.
Having completed eleven years living and working in Cavan, I will take up a new appointment next September. I am moving to Laois and joining the staff of Heywood Community School, Ballinakill as a music and religion teacher. While I will greatly miss my friends, colleagues and students at the Royal School, I look forward to moving back to my home area and being near family and friends. I also look forward to the challenge that working in a new environment will bring.
I hope that you find this beautiful reflection on the Resurrection by Ronan McDonagh inspiring.
The following is a beautiful refection by Shaun Davey based on the Breastplate of St Patrick
Music by Michael Joncas and sung by Julianne Woods accompanied by Marian Gaynor and the Carlow Cathedral Choir on the Frist Sunday of Lent (9 March) 2014.
The Lord is my Light :
Music: David Haas
Soloist Julianne Woods
Choir: Carlow Cathedral parish choir
Pianist: Conor Maguire