David Kauffman Concert is Saturday
David Kauffman’s concert that was cancelled in December has been rescheduled for March 29th at Holy Angels Catholic Church on A&M Ave. in San Angelo for a Lenten concert of sacred songs and prayer. He has written many songs that are used on retreats and he will sing some favorites including Behold and Be Still.
If you purchased a ticket for the December concert, please bring that with you as we will honor those tickets at the door. If you didn’t get your ticket they are $10, for those 18 years of age and older. Priests, Religious and Seminarians are free. Deacon’s and their wives are $5 each. The nursery will be available at no cost for the younger children. Tickets are on sale at Trudo’s Religious Store, 624 W. Ave. N; Brother Leo’s Gift Shop, 2114 W. Harris Ave.; or any ACTS Core or Chapter members. For more information contact Susan Richard @210-287-3014 or JoAnn Turner @325-763-9400.
David Kauffman is a songwriter, composer, recording artist, music producer, screen play writer, husband and father who creates music described as “good for the soul.” David’s musical career spans more than twenty years and has taken him across the nation and the world, to large and small venues as far as Paris, where he played and sang for the Pope and 1.5 million young people at World Youth Day. He has been sought out by Dioceses, Conferences and Conventions across the US to lead workshops and deliver Keynote addresses using scripture, song and story. He has created and produced six full-length CD albums and six COJO™ (Companion on the Journey) CDs which speak and sing to a specific milestone in life. His newest CD released 2012; A Hand To Hold speaks of the presence of God. His songs focus on healing and hope and connect the sacred to the ordinary.