Dima, a member of our kehillot, recommends listening to a special mass, composed in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

"Yanbou' al-Mahabba" (Fountain of Love) is a choir from Jordan that sings Christian music.

In 2013, the World Youth Day will be held in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The anthem for this occasion has been released.

Saint Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179) was a theologian, a mystic and a musician. She was officially inscribed in the universal catalogue of saints on May 10, 2012.

Hallelujah - Praise God ! This biblical commandment has become a religious exclamation of joy and thanksgiving. In this spirit we present here a collection of Hallelujahs from the Christian tradition.

Miriam from the Haifa community has sent us a piece of music to help us enter the spirit of Good Friday.

T. from the Haifa kehilla has sent us a reflection on Rossetti's portrayal of the Annunciation and some musical fragments.

T. from the Haifa kehilla has sent us a list of video clips that can accompany the Week of Prayer for Christian unity that begins today.

Sharon, our friend across the Atlantic, sent us some songs from MercyMe, songs to pray with and worship Him.

In the Catholic tradition, this prayer is sung on feast days and even on Sundays. Our friend, Sharon, from the United States, sent us this link together with her warmest best wishes for 2012.

A friend of our communities translated the anthem of the World Youth Days in Madrid into Hebrew. Our young people can join the chorus in our own language.

In these difficult days, we too want to join our voices to those of all people of good will who pray for the Christians of Iraq. Here we present a selection of psalms and hymns from the Chaldean tradition – the ancient Christian tradition of Iraq.

Sharon from the Haifa community sent us a beautiful rendition of the classical English hymn, "Be Still for the Presence of the Lord" which can guide us into a new year as we continue our prayers for peace and our intercession for all those suffering in the south.

Some time ago, we posted religious songs sung by the Serbian singer, Divna Ljubojevic. A Jewish friend has sent us a clip of Divna singing a text from the Song of Songs in Hebrew.

We post here a beautiful, contemporary version of the Lord's Prayer in Arabic. It too can serve as prayer for unity, for peace and for the Christian communities in the Middle East.

L.S. from the Haifa community sent us this beautiful rendition of the words of the Sanctus (Holy) from the Catholic liturgy in Latin. "Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Holy, holy, holy, God of hosts, heaven and earth are filled with your glory!".

Some of the Eastern Churches still use in their liturgies the Syriac language, a language very close to Jesus's own Aramaic. We have gathered a few versions of "The Lord's Prayer" in Syriac and we post them here with the request that as we listen we pray for the Christians of Iraq in their moment of great suffering. Many of them pray the Lord's Prayer in Syriac too.

The 2005 movie, "Karol: A man who became Pope", presented the life of Karol Wojtyla, later known as Pope John Paul II. The film is particular notable for the central role of the suffering of the Jews in Poland during the Shoah in the vocation of Karol Wojtyla to the priesthood. 

In the twentieth century new forms of worship developed in the countries outside of Europe. This new sacred music represented a growing openness to the cultures of the countries in which the Catholic faith was practised. Here we present pieces of two popular masses, Missa Creola from Latin America and Missa Luba from central Africa.

There have been many great Christian Arab singers who have also sung songs that are religious in nature and bear witness to faith in Jesus Christ in the midst of the Arab world. We have collected some of these songs here. On a separate page you can hear the songs of the most famous of Christian Arab singers, the Lebanese Feirouz.