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Concert: Psalms of David
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Date/Time
Wednesday, September 4th 2013 - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Holy Trinity Church

Come enjoy an evening of beautiful music and sharing of the gospel with Fr. David Hemann of the Diocese of Sioux City.  You will be drawn into the presence of our Lord at this prayerful, inpirational concert.  His original music provides peace and hope for the anxious heart and wisdom for the sdiscerning soul.  You will enjoy traditional prayers and Psalms set to music, contemporary upbeat works and even a hymn you might recognize.  you won’t wnat to miss this opportunity to fill your ears with the Good News and your heart with God’s Peace.  All ages are welcome to attend.  It will be on Sept. 4th from 7pm-8:30pm at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Hartington, NE.  A free will offering will be taken up to help with expenses for Fr. David coming to their parish.

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