They are currently producing new songs for a 2017 release, and have been featured regularly on Catholic stations in Colombia, Peru, and Los Angeles.
The Eucharistic Communicators of the Heavenly Father were formed in 2004 by Mother Gabriela del Amor Crucificado and Father Antonio Lootens, from two communities of hermits. They are based in the Archdiocese of Cali, in southwestern Colombia, and the community includes some 65 religious women dedicated to evangelization through social media.
Sister Maria of Nazareth, who founded the musical group within the community, recalled "the words of Paul VI that the Church would be culpable if it did not use the powerful medium of television, and that John Paul II said there should be a group of consecrated persons dedicated to communications media: and thus our community was born."
Sister María Victoria de Jesús noted that their music ministry "began three years ago, when we produced our first CD with the help of some lay persons."
"In the past year, we began producing music videos so as to reach many more people. We work in all that is artistic and audiovisual: radio, film, music, television, and social media."
While the community was principally founded to work in communications media in 2004, "the musical power emerged spontaneously with the sisters who were given musical talents."