A Great, Inspiring Concert at Saint Timothy’s


We’re excited to have Tony Deblois next week in concert here at Saint Timothy’s.  Don’t miss this free opportunity to be entertained and inspired by someone who has played for presidents, appeared on the Today Show, Entertainment Tonight, and CBS Sunday Morning.  He was also the subject of the 1997 TV movie of the week “Journey of the Heart”.  Tony graduated magna cum laude from Berklee College of Music and has a repertoire of over 10,000 songs ranging from jazz, classical, and show tunes to pop and rock.  While his musical abilities are impressive enough, we’re especially excited to have him here because of his inspiring message and life.  Tony has been blind and autistic since birth and is a musical savant.  He will share his message of believing in yourself, having high hopes, not giving up on your dreams, and that it’s okay to be different.

We did advertise this concert to many local churches, organizations, newspapers, and schools, so we hope to have a good response.  Space is limited in the church.  The main concert will be at 7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, October 7th.  There will be a second concert on Thursday morning, October 8th, after the 9:00 A.M. Mass, to allow our school children to come, but this is also open to the public.

Both concerts are free and open to anyone who would like to come.  I would like to thank the Don and Julie Rachel Family, the John and Jean Rivers family, the Frank and Mary Sullivan family, the Tim and Pam Pribyl family, and Maple Lake Lumber, for their generous support to allow us to provide this concert free of charge.  Thank you.

If you would like to learn more about Tony Deblois, you can visit his website here.  You can also view this YouTube playlist of some of his more popular videos to get a sense of who he is.

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I hope to see you a week from today.


Father Meyer


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