Peace be to you. This site was created with the intention to share and publicize the music I write with and for the Lord and His Mystical Body, the Church. I am a third year theologian studying for the Sacred Priesthood in Rome, God willing to be ordained a Deacon in St. Peter's Basilica on October 7, 2010 (the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary), and then a priest during the summer of 2011.

Music has always been a passion of mine. I began playing the drums at the age of five, and cultivated my skill and love for rhythm as I got older. Playing in numerous bands throughout my high school and college years, I developed a love for creating music of my own style, from mixing rock with funk, to fusion jazz with blues. In 2003, my freshman year of college right before entering seminary, I became the drummer of a group that was quite successful and well known in the Northeast of the United States. It was in this year that I learned a great deal about recording, creating melodies-whether it be on the piano or my laptop, and singing. I studied under a well known jazz artist located in Newport, Rhode Island, who opened me up to an entirely different way of playing the drums and understanding music. As my vocation to the priesthood was beginning to be made very clear to me in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, I began to really find the Lord when I played, and in a particular way, when I wrote.

Now, six years later, my desire and love for music still remains. I do not play live as often as I once did, but rather write music solely for Jesus and His Church. He gets all the glory. All lyrics, chords, melodies, etc., stem from prayer and are written with Him. Please feel free to share the music with whomever. All of the music is also able to be downloaded directly from this site. I write, compose, and record everything on my own, and know that the music is certainly not perfect quality. It is my sincere hope however, that the music on this site can lead you to prayer. Allow the Lord to speak to your heart, for there is nothing on this earth more enriching and sustaining than having a relationship and being in deep communion with the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

United in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary,