VIDEOS

Short documentary about Caminemos con Jesús (English)

Documentario sobre Caminemos con Jesús (Español)

Video introducing the 2020 Re Congress Theme Song.

Interview about Revival II

Cuenten las Maravillas: Responsorial Psalm for Pope Francis's first Mass in the United States

Interview about Mass of Christ, Light of the Nations

Interview about In Endless Song

Voice United Podcast Interview

Pray Tell Live Interview at the National Association of Pastoral Musicians Convention

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ABOUT TONY ALONSO

Tony Alonso is a theologian and composer whose work is animated by the diverse needs of the contemporary church.

 

A Cuban-American Roman Catholic, Tony's compositions embrace multicultural musical expressions and reflect a commitment to strong ritual song. His music appears in compilations and hymnals across Christian denominations throughout the world. In 2015, this work was recognized with an invitation to compose the responsorial psalm for the first Mass Pope Francis celebrated in the United States. In 2020, he received a nomination for a Latin Grammy for his album "Caminemos con Jesús." 

 

Tony's scholarly work lies at the intersection of liturgical theology, ecclesiology, and cultural studies. He has presented at scholarly and pastoral conferences and events across North America and Europe. He has also authored several essays and articles in journals such as Modern Theology, Worship, and Liturgy. In 2019, Tony was awarded the Catherine Mowry LaCugna Award for new scholars for the best academic essay in the field of theology within the Roman Catholic tradition by the Catholic Theological Society of America. He holds a Bachelor of Music in choral conducting from Northwestern University, a Master of Arts in theology from Loyola Marymount University, and a PhD in religion from Emory University.

 

Tony is Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Candler School of Theology at Emory University where he also serves as the inaugural Director of Catholic Studies.