‘We are All God’s Children’

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A song of mercy and compassion

■ Artist Jamie Rivera leads youths in singing the papal visit’s theme

■ Artist Jamie Rivera leads youths in singing the papal visit’s theme

Inspired by the Papal Visit theme of mercy and compassion, Star Music releases its special 2015 Papal Visit album titled, We are All God’s Children in time for the historic visit of the beloved and reigning pope of the Catholic Church.

Leading the 12-featured tracks is the official theme song of Pope Francis’ highly anticipated apostolic visit. Approved by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), the song “We are All God’s Children” was written and sung by multi-awarded artist Jamie Rivera with music by Noel Espenida.

According to Rivera, the song was inspired by the humility of Pope Francis himself. “The song calls all God’s children to show love and reach out to the needy,” she explained.


Besides the theme song, Rivera also performs in three other tracks in the album, namely, “Our Dearest Pope,” “The Mission,” and “Papa Francisco, Mabuhay Po Kayo.”

Meanwhile, several other noted recording artists lent their talent to the
2015 Papal Visit album namely, Jed Madela and Angeline Quinto (“On Eagles Wings”), Liezel Garcia (“Anima Christi”), Janella Salvador (“Give Thanks”), Fatima Soriano (“Lift Up Your Hands”), Aiza Seguerra (“Lead Me Lord”), Erik Santos (“Lord, I Offer My Life To You”), Juris and Robert Seña (“One More Gift”), and Morissette Amon (“Take and Receive”).

We are All God’s Children is now available at leading record stores nationwide. Digital tracks can also be downloaded via online music stores such as iTunes, Mymusicstore.com.ph, and Starmusic.ph.

Incidentally, Jamie Rivera will go on a church tour today at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral of Cubao at 11 a.m.

For more information, log on to www.starmusic.ph or follow Facebook.com/starrecordsphil, Twitter.com/starrecordsph, and Instagram.com/Starmusicph.

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