Originally recorded in 1979 by Bill Hallam of the Rhyme Cellar, this new album recasts the purity and simplicity of that creative period in a vibrant setting of orchestral subtlety and richness by Paul Avgerinos of Studio Unicorn. This album is marked by a stunning clarity seldom heard in contemporary recordings that are often technically over-worked. But here, in one chapel, with one microphone, in one take, Deignan's one voice, in harmony with Evelyn Avoglia and percussionist Gina Sader-Rubenstein, conspires to create one simple, elegant psalter of devotion. This recording is dedicated to her mentor and muse, Carolyn Brown-Senier. Over the decades during which these songs were written, our awareness has grown that customary God-language can come limit the faith and vision of believers. If this is the case with any of the words used to name or image God in songs, we encourage you to adapt them. Schola Ministries 1984 -2002 Musicians: Kathleen Deignan, CND: vocals and guitar Evelyn Avoglia: vocals and guitar Gina Sader-Rubenstein: percussion.