Consecrated Women of Regnum Christi | I Can Love You Still

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I Can Love You Still

by Consecrated Women of Regnum Christi

Born from a heart that has learnt how to suffer, these original songs can give hope and meaning to those who suffer.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. For You
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2. Samaritan
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3. I Fell In Love With A Prisoner
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4. I Saw You, Pain
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5. Beside You
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6. The Farmer's Song
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7. By Your Side
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8. I Am Here With You
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9. I Want To Stay With You
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10. I Can Love You Still
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mission Hope is an international Catholic organization of men and women like you, who choose to offer their suffering united to the cross of Christ to gain the avalanche of graces that the Church and the world so desperately need, and in particular for the souls and intentions we each carry in our own “satchels.” By offering our daily lives and our suffering, we come together to form a lance that pierces the heart of Christ, the source of all the graces we seek. He will not deny His grace to His suffering children.


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