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2005 Unity Award-Female Vocalist of the Year

 At the age of 17, Danielle Rose traveled to Delhi, India to volunteer with Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity. This experience gave her a desire to serve the poorest of the poor by offering her gift of music as a means of alleviating the spiritual poverty of America.

After graduating from Notre Dame in 2002, Danielle Rose began traveling the globe as a music missionary in order to spread the Gospel through a joyful witness of story and song, encouraging and challenging souls to form a relationship with the Eucharistic Presence of Jesus through the heart of Mary.
 In 2004, Danielle received the personal blessing of Pope John Paul II when she presented him with her second album, Mysteries, a collection of meditations upon the twenty mysteries of the rosary. She promised the Holy Father, “I am your messenger to the young people to take up the rosary once again.”

In August 2007, Danielle accepted Jesus’ invitation to enter the convent to discern a religious vocation. After more than two years of formation in the convent (it’s a six to ten-year process of discernment before final vows), Danielle came to a successful discernment with her community: the Lord was calling her to follow Him in a different way. Seeking at every turn only to heed His voice and to do His will, Danielle left the convent in November 2009. This journey of surrender and obedience taught her more deeply than ever that loving God and doing His will is more important than anything else.

Currently, Danielle is using her voice to minister on behalf of the children of China Little Flower orphanage (www.chinalittleflower.org), to raise spiritual & financial support so that babies’ lives can be saved and souls brought to Christ.

In January 2013, Danielle released her new pro-life album entitled Culture of Life, a musical reflection on the interrelated components of society that are necessary to build an authentic culture of life.