At last month’s prayer meeting, for the first time ever, we incorporated music. We were blessed to have Agnes Tao from St. Augustine’s Taizé Prayer Service come and sing at our Rosary prayer session. It is now official: Taizé will be a regular part of our PPPG meetings!
When I first heard Agnes and her team sing at St. Augustine’s, I was blown away with the wonderful meditative quality of the songs. I dreamed and wished they would come to PPPG. One of the songs I heard that evening was “Nada te Turbe.” I am familiar with a few Taizé songs, but I heard “Nada te Turbe” for the first time that day and instantly fell in love.
Later I discovered that it is a poem written by St. Terese of Ávila or Santa Teresa de Jesus (1515 – 1582) based on Jesus’ exhortation to His disciples in John 14: “Let not your hearts be troubled; neither let them be afraid.”
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