Celebrate the Eucharist and other events throughout the liturgical year with the music of veteran composer David Haas and rising talent Zack Stachowski. Their sensitive settings of hymns, psalms, and inspired songs in a multitude of styles and genres extol the amazing and relentless mercy of the One who is present in creation, sacrament, and word, as well as in each of us. David Haas resides in Eagan, Minnesota, where he is director of The Emmaus Center for Music, Prayer and Ministry and serves as campus minister at Cretin-Derham Hall in St. Paul, Minnesota where he directs the CDH Liturgical Choir and serves as the animator for the Cretin-Derham Hall Taize' Prayer Community. Highly regarded as one of the preeminent liturgical music composers in the English-speaking world, he has produced more than 45 collections of original music. His liturgical works are sung and prayed throughout the world and appear in hymnals of many Christian denominations and in many languages. Zack Stachowski is the Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Church in Ijamsville, Maryland. Zack works extensively as a liturgical musician performing and recording with artists such as David Haas, Marty Haugen, Paul Tate, Stephen Petrunak and many others. An avid teacher and workshop leader, Zack has presented at NPM and NCEA conferences, as well as at the Mid-Atlantic Congress and L.A. Religious Education Congress.