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November 16, 2020

Come to His Manger


Casey McKinley and his pastor, Father Reynold Furrell, collaborated on this reflective contemporary Christmas song that brings a much needed message of hope to our wounded and weary world.

O holy night, still and wonderful,
in mean estate, a baby born.
For this we’ve waited,
our tired eyes now see God’s glory.

Conceived in grace, born of a virgin,
all generations call his mother blessed.
For this she labored,
her tired eyes now see God’s glory.

So we come to his manger,
wounded and weary,
searching for more than our toil can tell.
And we find there our Savior,
light in our darkness.
In this new life all the hope for the hopeless dwells.

 

The Commons is a series of unplugged interviews with the top Catholic recording artists. These are candid interviews and intimate performances by the top contemporary Catholic musicians.