What Others Are Saying About ‘Mystic Chapel’
Mystic Chapel ... is a gift to the Church and world.
The Most Rev. Joseph W. Tobin, C.Ss.R.
Archbishop of Indianapolis
The musicians are highly skilled... their words challenge us to hold on to the faith once delivered...
Lutheran Book Review
The music is clear, intense, and upbeat... It reminds me of the music of the Beatles -- '60s music, but with a Catholic flare.
Some musical components brought to mind The Beatles, Crosby Stills Nash and Young... The Eagles... Sting... It is clear to me The Project want to communicate their deep faith to others through their musical gifts... They celebrate their faith and pass it on to us to enjoy.
John Predmore, SJ
Ignatian Spirituality: Set the World Ablaze
... A sense of mystery and an attitude of worship... a theological sophistication that is not true of all Christian musicians...
Ponderings on a Faith Journey
Might it sound odd to say their music reminds me of Phil Keaggy meets The Beach Boys... This is not today’s corporate American vanilla Coldplay-sounding megachurch music...
Christian Music Makers
... The entire album has an otherworldly quality. In ‘Mystic Chapel’, The Project brings us a dream, or perhaps a vision, of the journey that is our faith.
Ancient Future Faith Network
So much of Christian music today is shallow and sallow lyrically, theologically and musically. We have here a remedy to all those ills...
... the tunes are strong, the music beautifully clear, and the packaging... is created artistically and with care.... this is a highly professional production with spiritual integrity, and a release with one foot in the seventies, but the other striding towards the future.
Church of England Newspaper