Musicians for Life Plus Fr Stephen Imbarrato and Linda Santo in Fitchburg

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Musicians for Life Plus Fr Stephen Imbarrato and Linda Santo in Fitchburg

Dur­ing the 2nd day of Fr Stephen Imbarrato’s visit to Mass­a­chu­setts after cel­e­brat­ing a mass and attend­ing a break­fast in Med­ford he trav­eled to Fitch­burg. We cov­ered his Eucharis­tic Pro­ces­sion here but there were sev­eral other items of inter­est both before and after that event.

He said Sat­ur­day morn­ing mass at St Camil­lus church at St. Bernard’s Parish in Fitch­burg and sat for an inter­view after mass on the events.

Linda Santo who spoke the pre­vi­ous night in Med­ford attended this mass and also con­sented to an interview.

From there we went to Slattery’s in Fitch­burg (home of that most per­fect of deserts Ken­tucky Derby Pie) for a lun­cheon to a packed house, Fr briefly spoke there as well.

Next there came the pro­ces­sion viewed now online by over 200K peo­ple (for con­text the pop­u­la­tion of Fitch­burg is 40k) after the pro­ces­sion we trav­eled to the for­mer Madonna of the Holy Rosary parish where Fr. heard con­fes­sions, cel­e­brated the divine mercy vigil mass fol­lowed by a din­ner served by the Knights of Colum­bus of the St. Anthony of Padua coun­sel and a talk.

But the there was a pleas­ant sur­prise at both this din­ner and the pre­vi­ous one. There was a band play­ing at both this event and the pre­vi­ous one in Med­ford. It turns out they were a group called Musi­cians for life and they not only per­formed old gui­tar sta­ples of the faith like Mighty to Save dur­ing dinner

but after an intro­duc­tion by Fr. Imbar­rato also per­formed six orig­i­nal songs explicit pro-​life songs writ­ten specif­i­cally for these event such as Let em Live: (which was streamed life to his face­book page)

Where have all the Chil­dren Gone

I’m Here with Jesus

Lis­ten to my Heart Beating

It’s a life (which I think is a really catchy tune)

and the Choice is Yours

At the end of the night they sat for an interview

It would be their final per­for­mance dur­ing Fr. Imbarrato’s trip as they had a com­mit­ment the next day but if I may be so bold and sug­gest that they and their music would be a wel­come addi­tion to any Catholic or pro-​life event.

A photo gallery follows:

MORE TO COME

Pre­vi­ously:

Voices of Life in Med­ford: Fr. Imbar­rato, Pro Life Legal Defense League, Linda Santo and more

Eucharis­tic Pro­ces­sion to Planned Par­ent­hood Fitch­burg led by Fr. Stephen Imbar­rato of Priests for Life

Protest Prayers and Pro­ces­sion at Planned Par­ent­hood Boston Led by Fr Stephen Imbar­rato of Priests for Life


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During the 2nd day of Fr Stephen Imbarrato’s visit to Massachusetts after celebrating a mass and attending a breakfast in Medford he traveled to Fitchburg. We covered his Eucharistic Procession here but there were several other items of interest both before and after that event.

He said Saturday morning mass at St Camillus church at St. Bernard’s Parish in Fitchburg and sat for an interview after mass on the events.

Linda Santo who spoke the previous night in Medford attended this mass and also consented to an interview.

From there we went to Slattery’s in Fitchburg (home of that most perfect of deserts Kentucky Derby Pie) for a luncheon to a packed house, Fr briefly spoke there as well.

Next there came the procession viewed now online by over 200K people (for context the population of Fitchburg is 40k) after the procession we traveled to the former Madonna of the Holy Rosary parish where Fr. heard confessions, celebrated the divine mercy vigil mass followed by a dinner served by the Knights of Columbus of the St. Anthony of Padua counsel and a talk.

But the there was a pleasant surprise at both this dinner and the previous one. There was a band playing at both this event and the previous one in Medford. It turns out they were a group called Musicians for life and they not only performed old guitar staples of the faith like Mighty to Save during dinner

but after an introduction by Fr. Imbarrato also performed six original songs explicit pro-life songs written specifically for these event such as Let em Live: (which was streamed life to his facebook page)

Where have all the Children Gone

I’m Here with Jesus

Listen to my Heart Beating

It’s a life (which I think is a really catchy tune)

and the Choice is Yours

At the end of the night they sat for an interview

It would be their final performance during Fr. Imbarrato’s trip as they had a commitment the next day but if I may be so bold and suggest that they and their music would be a welcome addition to any Catholic or pro-life event.

A photo gallery follows:

MORE TO COME…

Previously:

Voices of Life in Medford: Fr. Imbarrato, Pro Life Legal Defense League, Linda Santo and more

Eucharistic Procession to Planned Parenthood Fitchburg led by Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for Life

Protest Prayers and Procession at Planned Parenthood Boston Led by Fr Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for Life


All of this is paid for by you. If you think taking two days off without pay and covering Fr Imbarrato in Medford, Fitchburg and Boston (twice) is worthwhile and would like to help me make up the costs, pay our writers and make our annual goal consider subscribing and become (if you wish) a listed as a Friend of DaTechguy blog

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