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Cristo No Tiene Pies en el Mundo

By Rodolfo López, Estela García-López


Contemporary in feel with inspiring lyrics, this collection's eight Spanish-language songs encourage us to live examples of Christ's love in the world today.


One of our greatest callings as Christ's disciples is to be his hands and feet—serving others, showing his love, helping our fellow man. With the eight songs on Cristo No Tiene Pies en el Mundo sino los Tuyos (Christ has no feet in this world but yours), their second collection with OCP, Estela García-López and Rodolfo López encourage us to live out that calling wholeheartedly. Keenly aware of the need for peace, love and justice in the world, this talented duo continues to create music inspired by God's word that strengthens our faith.


The collection has an overall contemporary feel, with musical styles that include reggaeton, ballad, rock and even a bonus rap song on the CD, featuring Jon Carlo García. The recording also includes a guest appearance by Tom Booth on "Open Our Eyes." Compelling and prayerful, the lyrics are inspired by Scripture, the writings of the saints and Pope Francis' apostolic letters, among other sources.


The CD also offers the Spanish-only recordings for Misa Santa Cecilia, their bilingual Mass setting.

Brille Tu Luz - En Medio De Las Tinieblas

By Rodolfo López, Estela García-López


Stimulate your mind and soul with Scripture-based songs—seasoned with a blend of contemporary and Latin styles!


Inspired by sounds, memories and traditions of their childhood, Estela and Rodolfo’s debut album exudes their passion for evangelizing and challenging Hispanic communities to make a difference. Draw your parishioners deeper into the liturgy or find strength for your daily journey through Scripture-based songs—seasoned with a blend of contemporary and Latin styles.


Popular in wedding ceremonies across the U.S., “Te Seguiré” and “Juntos para Toda la Vida” have finally found a home as recordings! “Vamos, Vamos” features the Spanish children’s choir at Estela and Rodolfo’s very own Ascension Parish in Portland, Oregon. “Cristo, Sáname” has helped unite numerous multicultural assemblies, appearing bilingually in Sal de la Tierra and trilingually in Chon Ngài.


Closing the album, the title track paints a stunning vision of dark versus light. “The lack of God’s presence in our lives, and in the world at large, is the darkness,” said Estela and Rodolfo. “We, as God’s people, must work to eliminate it by bringing the light of God to those surrounded by this darkness.”


Groups of all ages and ethnicities—Hispanic and non-Hispanic—will find a connection to this moving collection. Dedicated to all the faithful that believe in Christ and fight for God’s truth, Brille Tu Luz empowers us to take up the mission that God has planned for each of us and share it with the people who need it the most.

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