|Oração de São Francisco (Bonus Track)||No Coração da Jornada|| |
|Chuva de Graça (Ao Vivo)||Barco a Vela (Ao Vivo)|| |
|Livre Acesso||Espera no Senhor|| |
|Quem Me Tocou||Quem Me Tocou|| |
|Aleluia||No Coração da Jornada|| |
|Enviai (Ao Vivo)||Barco a Vela (Ao Vivo)|| |
|Espera no Senhor||Espera no Senhor|| |
|Esperança do Amanhecer||Jornada Mundial da Juventude Rio 2013 - O Melhor da Música Católica|| |
|Vem Espírito Santo||Espera no Senhor|| |
|Deus Te Vê||Espera no Senhor|| |
Fábio de Melo, often referred to respectfully as Padre Fábio de Melo, is a Brazilian singer/songwriter, author, teacher, and priest of the Catholic faith who released a long line of albums around the turn of the century. Born Fábio José de Melo Silva on April 3, 1971, in Formiga, Minas Gerais, he began his recording career in the late '90s on the Paulinas COMEP label. His Paulinas COMEP catalog includes the full-length albums De Deus um Cantador (1997), Saudades do Céu (1999), Canta Coração (2000), As Estações da Vida (2001), Marcas do Eterno (2003), Humano Demais (2005), Sou um Zé da Silva e Outros Tantos (2006), and Enredos do Meu Povo Simples (2007). The highlights of this catalog was compiled for release as Grandes Momentos (2007). In the late 2000s he switched to the Som Livre label and released albums including Vida (2008) and Eu e o Tempo ao Vivo (2009).
Marcelo Mendonça Rossi is a Brazilian Catholic priest widely known and popular in the country for his novel approaches to ministering to the faithful. He is also a writer and a singer, and uses music intensely in his masses, has recorded several music CDs, is a host to several radio and TV programs in many stations, has appeared as an actor in two movies with religious themes. All of them have been big hits in the media, but Father Rossi donates all the proceedings to Catholic charities and to his own parish.