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2 CD set - Lead by Fr. Maximilian M. Dean with responses by the Carmelite Nuns in Fairfield, PA, this is a beautiful and efficacious way to pray the Rosary for your special intentions. Disc 1 - joyful, sorrowful and glorious mysteries 9 times in petition; Disc 2 - joyful, sorrowful and glorious mysteries 9 times in thanksgiving. Both CDs conclude with the bonus track of Fr. Maximilian and Karin Mozina singing an inspired rendition of Michael Patrick Kellly's "Salve Regina".
This release, being an anthology, has a mix of classical and Christian music ranging from classical guitar solo, Gregorian chant, live performances and studio recordings - some tracks with ensemble and choral accompaniment.
The CD Rosarium Beatae Virginis Mariae was commissioned by Heartbeat Records. With musical recordings of Fr. Maximilian Mary in the background, he leads 4 Rosaries in Latin – the traditional Dominican Rosary (15 decades) plus the luminous mysteries of Pope St. John Paul II. Each Rosary is complete with the opening prayers – Creed right up to the Salve Regina – closing prayers.
Christmas Vigil with St. Francis of Assisi is a CD recounting the story of the first Christmas creche interlaced with traditional Christmas carols. This was Fr. Maximilian’s first CD release and was aired annually on Christmas Eve on WEWN radio.
“In Pursuit of Immortal Souls” is a treatise on the spiritual life written by Fr. Maximilian Mary when he was a Seminarian. It focuses on the role of prayer, silence and suffering in the pursuit of the salvation and sanctification of souls. Paperback – 170 pages.
This book, co-authored by Fr. Peter Fehlner and Fr. Maximilian M. Dean, is 175 pages treating of the life and Marian charism of the Seraphic Father. The 1st half is a brief biography of the Poverello based on his original biographers (i.e. the Franciscan Omnibus of Sources); the second half shows the Marian character of the charism down through the centuries culminating in the life and writings of St. Maximilian M. Kolbe.