Donna Cori Gibson

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Donna Cori Gibson
Birth nameDonna Cori
OriginNew York City
GenresContemporary Christian music
LabelsGolden Arrow Catholic Music and Media

Donna Cori Gibson is an American contemporary Christian singer.


Gibson was born in New York City and grew up in Miami.[1] She began studying music and performance as a child. When she was ten years old she joined the Miami Choral Society, where she performed for four years.[2] She studied musical theatre at the Miami Performing and Visual Arts Center.[2] She later attended the University of Miami, where she studied jazz vocals, opera, business, and engineering.[2]

Gibson's music is produced through Golden Arrow Catholic Music and Media and EWTN.[1][3] Her album Divine Mercy Prayers was featured on the audio version of Saint Faustina's Diary, which was produced by the Congregation of Marians of the Immaculate Conception in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.[1] The production of her album The Way of the Cross was funded by fan donations.[1] Her music has been featured in the television programs Life on the Rock and Backstage on EWTN, New York;s Prayer Channel, and Shalome World Catholic TV.[2][4]

Gibson became a lay member of the Carmelites of the Most Pure Heart of Mary in 1999.[1][5] She is also a member of the Legion of Mary and the Militia Immaculatae and has been a guest speaker at Eucharistic congresses.[2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "Donna Cori Gibson".
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 "Catholic singer, songwriter or Contemporary Catholic music and songs – Female Christian Singer".
  3. Gibson, Donna Cori. "Donna Cori – Apologetics, Divine Mercy, Women's Issues Catholic Speaker". Catholic Speakers Organization.
  4. "Donna Cori Gibson". Jango Radio.
  5. "Donna Cori Gibson Concert". St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.

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