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This Irish priest sings the most beautiful adaptation of ‘Hallelujah’ you have ever heard!

Irish priest, Fr. Ray Kelly has an adaptation of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ that will move you to tears.

This Irish priest sings the most beautiful adaptation of ‘Hallelujah’ you have ever heard!

Irish priest, Fr. Ray Kelly has an adaptation of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ that will move you to tears. The video, which has gone viral, is so powerful and so beautiful we could not help but stop from our news and share it with you. Fr. Ray Kelly is a singing sensation with his beautiful voice and artful adaptations. The song came as an original big surprise for Bride and Groom…Chris and Leah 5 April 2014, on their wedding day.

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Just in case you’re in a hurry, skip to 1:10 into the video which marks the beginning of the song.

Below are some of the top comments on the video pointing out the priest’s amazing talent

“It’s shocking to see all these people, from across the world, watching my local priest sing. He sings at mass, he sang at me grandfather’s funeral, he really is amazing.”

“One of the most beautiful renditions of this or any song ever. Father Kelly is something special, a true gift from God, his parishioners are truly blessed to have this beautiful soul as their Priest! May God bless you and keep you safe for many years to come. Truly one of a kind!!”

“I am 58 years old and this seriously brought tears to my eyes. He is absolutely amazing”

“I am an atheist but this gave me the spine chills, ahh the power of music!”

“Oh my! Never saw this before with Father Ray Kelly. Just beautiful and what a special time for this couple! Love it!”

 

We pray that it inspires you, renewing your faith and your love. According to Saint Augustine, “He who sings prays twice.”

 

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Raphael Benedict is a Catholic who wants nothing but to spread the catholic faith to reach the ends of the world. Make this possible by always sharing any article or prayers posted on your social media platforms. Remain blessed

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