Danielle Rose is a 2002 graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where she received bachelor degrees in music and theology. At the age of 17, Danielle traveled to Delhi, India to volunteer with Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity. From this experience, Danielle was given 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. Since graduating from Notre Dame, Danielle Rose has traveled the globe as a music missionary in order to spread the Gospel through a joyful witness of story and song. In January 2004, Danielle received the personal blessing of Pope John Paul II as she presented him with her second album "Mysteries," a collection of meditations upon the 20 mysteries of the rosary. She promised him, "I am your messenger to the young people to take up the rosary once again." In November of 2005, Danielle received a Unity Award from the United Catholic Music and Video Association (UCMVA) as Female Vocalist of the Year. On August 2, 2007 Danielle Rose entered religious life as an aspirant with a community of Franciscan Sisters called "The Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ." Before entering the community, Danielle completed her final recording project with WLP. This new recording titled "I Thirst" is a musical meditation inspired by the life and prayers of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta.
There's no wrath like that of a witch scorned.
Seventeen-year-old spirit witch Ava López is the self-appointed guardian of the witches and humans of Darkhaven, an idyllic village nestled between the forest and the sea. Her watch: vicious and blood... SEE MORE