Ask, and You Will Receive, 2017, text by Delores Dufner, OSB, SAB

Be Praised My Lord, 2015, SAB a cappella reflection of Pope Francis’ Laudato si, available on Sheet Music Plus

Christ, the Victorious, 2017, text by Adam Tice (GIA), SATB

For a Better World Today, 2016, combined children’s 3-part and adult SATB

Glory to God, Alleluia! 2016, call and response with percussion based on Catholic social teaching

Go Into All the World, 2017, SAB

Hail Holy Queen, 2016, SATB, brass, timpani, strings, organ

Immaculate Conception Podcast Theme Song, 2015, composed for ICC, Hampton, VA

If You Believe and I Believe, 2016, SAB a cappella

Jesus Christ Has Made Us Into a Kingdom, 2016, Assembly with SATB and brass

Mass of the Chesapeake, 2015, SATB with optional brass, timpani and strings, dedicated to Rev. Robert E. French

Mem’ry is a Rose, 2016, text by M. D. Ridge, 2 parts with descant, piano and string trio

O Dawn of Creation, 2017, text by Delores Dufner OSB, SAB

Psalm 22: When I Cried Out to the Lord, 2009, cantor and assembly

Psalm 54:  The Lord Upholds My Life, 2009, cantor and assembly

Rich in Mercy – God is Love, 2016, SATB a cappella, 3 movements

Sunset to Sunrise Changes Now, 2017, 2-parts with Congregation, powerful text by Clement of Alexandria (170?-220?), in memory of Virginia Diloretto

School Starts Early in the Morning, 2015, 2-parts, free score with free use available on request

Twas in the Moon of Wintertime, 2016, 3-part acappella, Published by OCP.

There is a Wideness, 2016, assembly with optional SATB and double descant and optional flute.  Available on Sheet Music Press.

There’s a Song in the Air, 2016, text by Frederick Faber, SSAA choral

Tis a Gift to Be Simple, 1987, SSAATTBB (two choirs), premiered by Old Dominion University Concert Choir and Madrigals at the Virginia Music Educators Association conference, November 1987

‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime, 2016, SAB, available on Oregon Catholic Press (OCP)

Walsingham Academy School Song, 2015 (arrangement), music available on request

We Three Kings, 1991, melody with soprano descant and piano, guitar, available through Paraclete Publishers

You Come Like the Lowliest People on Earth, 2017, text by Adam Tice, assembly with option 2-parts