Cappella Caeciliana's 5th CD takes its title from the composition "Ut omnes unum sint" by Sir James MacMillan - "May they all be one", performed jointly with The Priests. The rest of the CD contains a selection of works from Cappella's current repertoire.
The recording takes its title from "Ut omnes unum sint" - Christ's exhortation for unity amongst his followers - which was composed by Sir James MacMillan for the choir's 20th anniversary.
The title track was recorded in Good Shepherd Church, Belfast, on 12th March 2016, conducted by the composer and also featuring Cappella's founder members The Priests.
The remaining tracks were recorded in St Bernadette's Church, Belfast, on 3th and 4th March 2018, conducted by Donal McCrisken. The recording engineer and producer was Stephen Hamill, who also acted as organist on "Seek him who maketh the seven stars" and "In the bleak mid-winter".
The unity theme celebrates the cross-community nature of this Belfast-based choir.