Singing seminarian to perform at WYD

Singing seminarian Robert Galea has launched a new album and will perform at World Youth Day during the Stations of the Cross procession.

The fifth year seminarian and singing sensation - who hails originally from
Malta - recently transferred to Corpus Christi Seminary in Melbourne.

Having sung alongside Aussie favourites Guy Sebastian and Paulini, Robert has just released his second album What a Day

He has also performed his Christian music to sell out concerts in Europe and Australia.

Robert hopes to be ordained in 2010 and serve in the Sandhurst diocese.

LINKS (not necessarily endorsed by Church Resources)
Robert Galea (Album)
Robert Galea (MySpace
Robert Galea (Blog)

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17 Jan 2008