Sarah Hart

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Sarah Hart is one of the leading figures in contemporary Catholic music today. Her songs of faith and workshops have touched the lives of thousands. Originally from Lancaster, Ohio, she has a degree in music from Ohio State University. Now based in Nashville, she’s on the road a good part of the year, juggling a busy songwriting, recording, concert and event schedule.

Many of her songs are part of the common worship experience of Catholics in the US: “Go in Peace,” “You Alone,” “Sweet Redeemer” and others. Her signature blend of folk, pop and rock delights listeners of every age. She has just delivered Sacrament, her 10th collection, which explores what each sacrament means for us as individuals, and as Catholics.

The music from this collection will undoubtedly become part of your worship experience. The songs will also be great additions to the preparation programs for Baptism of Children, First Communion, First Reconciliation, Confirmation, and Matrimony. The music will be especially useful for the RCIA.

Her nine other albums as a solo artist, include Til the Song Is Sung, and Above Earth’s Lamentation. Her songs have been covered by Amy Grant, Celtic Woman, Matt Maher, Jason Crabb and The Newsboys. Grant's recording of "Better Than a Hallelujah" earned Hart a Best Gospel Song Grammy nomination.

Sarah’s love for music and ministry intersect in amazing ways. Her dynamic energy, sense of humor and deep faith make her events unforgettable experiences. She especially enjoys exploring topics around women’s spirituality and working with youth. She has created four popular retreats for women, as well as intergenerational missions, and diocesan and conference presentations. “Planted, Thriving, Yielding: The Fruit of the Spirit” is the most recent retreat she offers for parish missions. In October of 2013, she was invited to perform for Pope Francis and a crowd of 150,000 in St. Peter's Square.

Sarah lives in Nashville with her husband and daughters.

Sarah Hart is one of the leading figures in contemporary Catholic music today. Her songs of faith and workshops have touched the lives of thousands. Originally from Lancaster, Ohio, she has a degree in music from Ohio State University. Now based in Nashville, she’s on the road a good part of the year, juggling a busy songwriting, recording, concert and event schedule.

Many of her songs are part of the common worship experience of Catholics in the US: “Go in Peace,” “You Alone,” “Sweet Redeemer” and others. Her signature blend of folk, pop and rock delights listeners of every age. She has just delivered Sacrament, her 10th collection, which explores what each sacrament means for us as individuals, and as Catholics.

The music from this collection will undoubtedly become part of your worship experience. The songs will also be great additions to the preparation programs for Baptism of Children, First Communion, First Reconciliation, Confirmation, and Matrimony. The music will be especially useful for the RCIA.

Her nine other albums as a solo artist, include Til the Song Is Sung, and Above Earth’s Lamentation. Her songs have been covered by Amy Grant, Celtic Woman, Matt Maher, Jason Crabb and The Newsboys. Grant's recording of "Better Than a Hallelujah" earned Hart a Best Gospel Song Grammy nomination.

Sarah’s love for music and ministry intersect in amazing ways. Her dynamic energy, sense of humor and deep faith make her events unforgettable experiences. She especially enjoys exploring topics around women’s spirituality and working with youth. She has created four popular retreats for women, as well as intergenerational missions, and diocesan and conference presentations. “Planted, Thriving, Yielding: The Fruit of the Spirit” is the most recent retreat she offers for parish missions. In October of 2013, she was invited to perform for Pope Francis and a crowd of 150,000 in St. Peter's Square.

Sarah lives in Nashville with her husband and daughters.

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