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Our Lady of Guadalupe (as sung by Molly Chesna)

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Uploaded by Ethans Enterprise on Oct 25, 2011

Best Quality at Gloria TV http://www.gloria.tv/?video=ver8mimyunnzjmsqvx0k This is a song about Our Lady of Guadalupe. The song goes to the melody of "Fishers of Men." It is sung by a girl named Molly which means Mary in Gaelic. She is 13 years old but she was 11 when this was recorded. She is a parishoner at St. Thomas More where I attend the Latin Mass. You could also view that video called "St. Thomas More Church" which is best viewed in high quality and full screen. Please view this video in high quality also and full screen. This is just one song that she sings on a CD with different Catholic songs. You can obtain this CD by contacting John Chesna at francispauljf@core.com The CD is Produced by St. Michael's Charity a 501(c)(3) PRO-LIFE Charity. Please help their cause for the dignity of LIFE. St. Michael's Charity P.O. Box 264 Oak Lawn, IL 60454 Please send your donations to help them out in their ministry. Thank you and all for the Glory of God. . . Link for the St. Thomas More video; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYyPkJHQ1eA . .


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