See This Priest’s Amazing Surprise That Stunned a Wedding and Left the Bride in Tears (VIDEO)

SonLight Music Ministry had just finished what sounded like a beautiful rendition of “Be Thou My Vision” when Father Ray Kelly again took the mic at the wedding of Chris and Leah O’Kane. But instead of closing the ceremony as planned, the priest unleashed a big surprise for the couple that’s destined for the pantheon of wedding viral videos.

 

It’s not a joke or a slip-up, but a performance of epic proportions. A backing track mysteriously begins and Father Kelly launches into a rewritten version of Leonard Cohen‘s “Hallelujah,” customized just for the new married couple. And this priest has pipes, belting out the melody with ease and even raising the key a whole step.

By the end, the stunned bride is left in tears while members of the audience offer a standing ovation. Father Kelly’s sweet and skillful gesture certainly deserved it.

 

 

 
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SORRY, I PUBLISHED A WRONG VIDEO. Here is the one I wanted to share with you! Sondre Bratland : Stille Natt

WE COME TO OFFER YOU OUR PEACE… EBENU SHALOM ALEHEM!

IT IS OO:OO GMT. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL NIGHT EVER, AGAIN…

 

Sondre Bratland sings Stille Natt. A prayer for peace. CAUTION: Some images are graphic and may disturb. Sondre Bratland is a Norwegian singer. His album, Rosa Fra Betlehem, is the most beautiful and moving Christmas-related album I have ever heard. It was recorded in the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, with accompaniment from Knut Reiersrud, Iver Kleive and Paolo Vinaccia. and features the voices of the Palestinian Boys Choir. You can find Rosa Fra Betlehem at http://www.cdroots.com/ where you may also listen to samples from a few other tracks. I recommend this album both for its music and its incredible sonic presence.

GRAMMAR MISTAKES IN THE ENGLISH PRESS

HE’S BACK! BENEDICT XVI SPEAKS OUT ON SEX ABUSE – and calls Richard 

Dawkins ‘science fiction’


I am very happy to read about Benedict XVI, one of the clearest minds today! As a professional of the English language, and I will not apologize for not being a native speaker, I must point out that there are more than two grammatically incorrect sentences and syntax errors in a blog publicized at the Telegraph!, and by a native American English speaker, a PhD in History

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/timstanley/100237766/hes-back-benedict-xvi-speaks-out-on-sex-abuse-and-calls-richard-dawkins-science-fiction/#!