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Music ministry thrives at St. Olaf College

For 100 years, St. Olaf College in Minnesota has put on a Christmas concert that has become known and loved around the world. It involves about one-third of the school’s 3,000 students, including nearly 600 voices singing a cappella Christmas and holiday music. In an 8 1/2-minute news video prepared for Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, correspondent Kim Lawton introduces the concert and the school, and showcases its appealing musical message of hope, faith, and love as understood by the choir’s conductor, Anton Armstrong. Also see a 7-minute clip of additional commentary by Armstrong that explains the history of the music program and its significance to music ministry around the worldReligion & Ethics NewsWeekly is a source for cutting-edge religion news and analysis.




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