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  • ISBN 1848270852
  • ISBN13 978-1848270855
  • Language English
  • Author Eugene O'Hagan
  • Publisher Transworld Ireland; 1st Edition. edition (October 1, 2010)
  • Pages 240
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  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1565 kb
  • Size Fb2 1316 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 796

Known collectively as The Priests, Fr Martin, Fr Eugene and Fr David, have taken the music world by storm. Since they signed their much-reported Sony contract in front of Westminster Cathedral in April 2008, their album has sold almost 2,000,000 copies worldwide and broke the Guinness record for the fastest-selling debut classical album in the UK. It has also chalked up an impressive fifteen weeks at Number 1 on the Classic FM chart and was nominated for a Classical Brit Award. In June 2009, The Priests topped off their incredibly successful year with a highly-acclaimed mini-tour of the UK and Ireland. But long lunches in swanky restaurants and celebrity parties count for little with these down-to-earth, wonderfully talented singers, because first and foremost, David, Martin and Eugene are priests; their faith and the work they undertake in their busy parishes takes priority over everything else they do. So, whilst their gruelling promotional schedule for the album has taken them around the world - from Europe to Montreal and Toronto, from Washington to New York and Sydney, where they have played to packed houses and given dozens of press, radio and tv interviews - they have always been happy to return to their parishes in Belfast and the people they serve. Now in "Soul Song", The Priests draw upon their unique experiences as priests and performers, their love of music and their faith, as they weave together a rich, illuminating tapestry of spiritual wisdom. Insightful and engaging, it is a treasury of memories which offers us all a rare and timely opportunity to reflect on our own journey through life.

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by David Delargy (Author), Eugene O'Hagan (Author), Martin O'Hagan (Author) & 0 more. The wonderfully talented singers, The Priests, draw upon their unique experiences as priests and performers, their love of music and their faith, as they weave together a rich, illuminating tapestry of spiritual wisdom. See all Product description.

Father David Delargy, Father Eugene O'Hagan and Father Martin O'Hagan - known collectively as The Priests - live and work in Belfast and have, since signing a record-breaking deal with Sony in 2008, performed in concerts throughout the world. Their debut album sold more than 1,000,000 in just four weeks, was nominated for a Classical Brit Award and was N. on the Classic FM Charts for more than 15 weeks. This is their first book. Their latest album will be released in Autumn 2009. Country of Publication.

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The Priests are a classical musical group, made up of three Roman Catholic priests from the Diocese of Down and Connor. Fr. Eugene and his brother Fr. Martin O'Hagan are originally from the village of Claudy, County Londonderry with the family now residing in Derry whilst Fr. David Delargy is from Ballymena, County Antrim. The trio have been singing together since they boarded in the 1970s as students at St MacNissi's College, Garron Tower, County Antrim.

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This week, Father Eugene O'Hagan from Irish classical musical trio The Priests. The Priests (l-r): Fr Eugene O'Hagan, Fr Martin O'Hagan and Fr David Delargy. Singing Priests Fr Eugene O'Hagan, Fr David Delargy and Fr Martin O'Hagan. Picture by Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker. The Priests: An Unexpected Journey – an evening of conversation and song, takes place at the Europa Hotel, Belfast, on Sunday, October 28. Fr Eugene, Fr Martin and Fr David's 12 Days of Christmas Irish tour begins in December and will visit venues in Strabane, Omagh, Armagh, Enniskillen, Downpatrick, Derry and Belfast.

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Invissibale
This book has brought great joy to me. I have traveled with this wonderful priests through an emotional journey recognizing similar events of my own spiritual life. Like them I have also felt God's presence at times very close to me and at others I cannot feel him at all, specially when I am very tired. So I liked the way Father Martin explained how he refuels himself. I like the simplicity of the stories. It is nice to know that priest a so human and that we must love them and pray for them. I have also felt that these priest journey is similar to mine and that we are all in a wonderful journey.
I would recommend this book to all my friends, even those that are non- believers. I know it will help them understand and appreciate the gift of priesthood.
Jube
I first heard The Priests in concert at Armaugh Cathedral on PBS a few years ago and was totally swept away by their music, not to mention their engaging personalities. I think I have all their recordings, but this book is a gem! It is as if Frs. Eugene, Martin, and David were in the same room and just telling their stories. And I could connect with so much of what they were saying. What joy! Do treat yourself to this remarkable story. I hope that it will enrich your life as it has mine.
hardy
I enjoyed the writings of these wonderfully gifted and humble Irish priests. They talk about themselves, and their struggles and insights, and it is inspiring to read their words. Kind of like listening to many really good homilies!
Xtreem
This is an excellent book for anyone who is a fan of, or wants to know more about, the famous Irish singing trio...The Priests. It's easy reading: each chapter is devoted to a theme, and each of the priests conveys his experience on that theme. The book is a "must have" for not only those who enjoy their music, but anyone interested in what it was like to grow up in Northern Ireland in the latter half of the 20th century. Their writing is very open and touching about their experiences, including what has made them what they are today.
Direbringer
Very good book. Really enjoyed. I recomended it to my friends.
Narim
I was excited to get this book.....David Delargy is my second cousin.....