Music Inspired by Pope Francis, I Will Always Be
  • ReneA
    Posts: 20
    Inspired by Pope Francis on his latest Movie Series, "Stories of A Generation - with Pope Francis", currently on Netflix.
    Pope Francis always emphasizes Hope, Dreams, Memories, Prayers, and consistently pushes for Work for peoples' dignity and pride.

    Listen to, Be With, Honor and Love our Elders.
    Thank you Pope Francis!!!

    https://youtu.be/ttYSXeuurmM
  • StimsonInRehabStimsonInRehab
    Posts: 1,852
    Pope Francis always emphasizes Hope, Dreams, Memories, Prayers, and consistently pushes for Work for peoples' dignity and pride.


    Unless you like the old rites. Then all bets are off.
  • Is this a duplicate thread, presumably by accident?
  • CharlesW
    Posts: 11,744
    Take our pope...PLEASE!

    Apologies to Henny Youngman.
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  • SalieriSalieri
    Posts: 3,134
    CharlesW: I think the Copts got the better pope.
  • CharlesW
    Posts: 11,744
    And we got the socialist Jesuit. Salieri, I think you are correct.
  • chonakchonak
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    [Since there were two discussions on the same composition, I took out the other one.--admin]
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  • Since there were two discussions on the same composition, I took out the other one.--admin


    With respect, no one here has been discussing the composition. They can't get over his opinion of the Holy Father.

    I understand and share the frustration with what His Holiness has been doing lately, insofar as it directly affects me and my work, but is a pile-on on a new guest, a fellow Christian / Catholic musician who stumbled on a "church music" forum and wanted to share his own music making really warranted? Helpful? Hospitable? Going to generate any goodwill at all??
  • StimsonInRehabStimsonInRehab
    Posts: 1,852
    I listened to Rene's piece. It's very nice, in an easy listening sort of way. I could see how it could be helpful to putting one in a contemplative mood. And yes, the lyrics reflecting on how our Lord will be with us always provide great consolation.

    Still - the choice of a dedicatee makes this, at the very least, unintentionally ironic.