We are thrilled to announce...

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Mark your calendars now!

He's the songwriter of Transfiguration favorites like Go Make a Difference, Come Lord Jesus Come, Come to the Lord, and many more. We've sung his music at countless Masses. Now we can't wait to experience three nights of his inspirational words interwoven with song. Get ready to be inspired...be transformed...be discipled as we journey toward a change of heart with Steve during Metanoia this Lent!

Click below to hear more from Steve himself, or scroll below to learn
more about this talented Catholic voice living his life for Christ.

This three-day event is for people of all ages and includes the whole family! Each evening, we'll offer dinner beforehand, nursery for the very young, kids tracks for elementary school children, and middle- and high-school kids can join the adults in the Sanctuary with Steve for the main session. We'll even have some extra enrichment during the day, so stay tuned for all the details coming right after the New Year!


 

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Steve Angrisano: Biography

Steve Angrisano is undoubtedly one of the most effective and versatile ministry leaders in the Church today. Young and old alike embrace the passionate message of faith, hope and love woven throughout his music and storytelling. Always rooted in a spirit of humility and faithfulness, Steve's honest style of ministry is born from who he is: a committed witness to the life and love of Jesus Christ.

Steve's unique blend of humor, song, story and interaction engages audiences of all ages. This makes him both a natural and popular choice for parish missions, youth conferences, and diocesan, national and world-wide events.

A veteran musician and composer, Steve has been featured at six World Youth Days, the National Pastoral Musicians Conference (NPM), the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress, National Catholic Youth Conferences (NCYC), and many other national and international events.

Steve and his family call Coppell, Texas, their home.