YouTube’s ‘singing priest’ releasing album in the United States

Posted by Katie Loftus
Tuesday 03, February 2015 | Category:   Catholic culture,Clergy
Fr. Kelly, the singing priest
Father Ray Kelly, famous on YouTube, will release his album in March.

Father Ray Kelly became an Internet sensation after his version of Leonard Cohen’s "Hallelujah" went viral on YouTube. Now, he has released albums in both Ireland and Germany, and his U.S. album is set to be released on March 10.

Kelly understands how lucky he is, saying, "Ninety percent of people don’t get a break and now, at this stage of my life, it is happening for me. Dreams do come true."

The priest’s album is entitled “Where I Belong" and will feature his famous version of “Hallelujah” along with some other modern songs, three Irish folk songs, two traditional hymns, and two original tracks.

Kelly reassured fans that this newfound success will not draw him away from his most important job. "I'm fairly grounded at this stage in life. I'm happy with the job that I have, the music is going to be a fantastic sideline, and I'm going to enjoy it as much as possible. As long as I enjoy it I would keep doing it."

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Reprinted with permission from PrepareTheWord.com. ©TrueQuest Communications.

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