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The USCCB alerted me to a site which appears to be leading the way in compiling the WYD '08 audio - MyCatholicVoice. Here is some audio from WYD '08, as given by MyCatholicVoice (listen free, download for about a dollar each):

World Youth Day Theme Song at the DR...

Our Lady of the Southern Cross

WYD08 Mass Setting Playlist and Shee...

Matt Maher-Look Like A Fool

Matt Maher-Happy Day

We Live to Love

We Are The Light

Ven Y Sigueme

Open My Eyes

Mighty King

Formadores De La Socidead


World Youth Day 2008 Artists - spiri...

World Youth Day 2008 Artists

WYD 2008 Artists - World Library Pub...

WYD08 Int'l Song Receive the Power

WYD08 Theme Song Receive the Power


I Thank You Lord

Meet Me Where I Am

Feed My Lambs

Building The Kingdom Of Heaven

Stand In The Light

9 comments so far:
    Chip July 14, 2008 at 9:50 AM , said...

    You could add a few more to the list of "What the kids are listening to these days..." Just got back from a Steubenville Conference with our youth group. The theme song can be found at (free download).

    Bob Rice did the music this past weekend and all of the teens loved his music. His site is and he has 9 songs available for free download. (I was actually listening to his new album "You Came to Me" when I saw this post.)

    I've got more if you want them. There is lots of variety in the Catholic music world.

    Catholic Audio July 14, 2008 at 10:23 AM , said...

    OF COURSE I want more! Heh heh. Please shoot me an e-mail with all the links you like and I'll post them when I get a chance.

    Thanks, and God Bless!

    Anonymous July 15, 2008 at 5:47 AM , said...

    You may want to check out the links at, where we have links to all these artists and more...

    Catholic Audio July 15, 2008 at 9:39 AM , said...


    Wow - a bona fide celebrity posting comments on my site! I've seen you on EWTN and have heard you on Rosary Army. I'm honored.

    Question for you: I've never been able to find free music on your site, even to listen. Am I doing something wrong, or is it all pay-to-play?

    God Bless,

    Anonymous July 15, 2008 at 7:29 PM , said...

    Hi Ryan...

    First off, I am a fan of your site, I've gotten tons of nice links to your page, so that's cool in itself.

    To answer your question, many of the individual Catholic artists have full songs streaming from their own websites, or myspace pages, or soundclick pages.

    TopCatholicSongs work as a centerpoint where we focus on themes, but from these pages you can click thru to the artist pages, and listen to them in full. Or, you can listen to a 30 second snippet off of iTunes, (and if you wish to purchase, it's only a dollar).

    But the full effect is that it gives you a great opportunity to be introduced to great Catholic music, by focusing on themes that are important to you. You may not know who some of the artists are, but you may have an interest in growing spiritually in some way, or memorizing verses from St. Paul, or finding new adoration music, or finding music that befits a particular liturgical season... TopCatholicSongs is a blog-efficient approach to accomplishing all this, and more.

    Thanks for the shout-out! My own website will be updated in a few weeks, so I'll keep you posted!

    Anonymous July 17, 2008 at 9:00 AM , said...

    I like this site but I have to be honest, this music is terrible.

    Catholic Audio July 17, 2008 at 8:18 PM , said...


    You're tellin' me, brutha'. It's definitely NOT my cup of tea, but I figured if they're producing this much stuff there's got to be someone who likes it...

    God Bless,

    Anonymous August 18, 2008 at 5:12 AM , said...

    The thirsting is a great up and coming band from Washington state check them out on myspace. If you like rap music check out Sammy Blaze

    Anonymous August 18, 2008 at 5:12 AM , said...

    The thirsting is a great up and coming band from Washington state check them out on myspace. If you like rap music check out Sammy Blaze


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