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CATHOLICISM Original Series Soundtrack

November 03, 2015

Catholicism Soundtrack:


This 15-track musical score, composed by Steve Mullen, accompanies Bishop Robert Barron's CATHOLICISM documentary series and draws upon melodies from traditional Gregorian chant composed. Bishop Barron's words and the rich imagery of the series are amplified by the emotional power of these treasures of the Faith.

A full-color, 28-page booklet comes with the soundtrack explaining the composer's inspiration and the meaning behind each song. Featuring descriptions of the ancient chants as well as art and photography from the CATHOLICISM series, this booklet serves as an abbreviated spiritual study based upon the entire 10-part journey, CATHOLICISM.

(Total time: 49:13)

To listen to 30-second sample tracks of each of the songs, click below:

1. Opening Credits
2. The Mystery of God
3. Mary, Handmaid & Mother
4. Christ As Warrior & Child
5. The Beatific Vision
6. The Sainte-Chapelle
7. Veritable Despair
8. The Poor in Spirit
9. Amazed & Afraid
10. The Site of the Holy Sepulchre
11. The Site of the Resurrection
12. Participation in Christ
13. Dante's Hell & Lough Dreg
14. Agnus Dei: Tropes On the Resurrection
15. Epilogue

*All tracks composed by Steve Mullen with the exception of “Agnus Dei: Tropes on the Resurrection," which was composed by Dr. Peter Latona and performed by the Choir of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., Peter Latona, Director.