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The Tabernacle Choir releases new 'Silent Night' video and announces a Christmas concert ticket sweepstakes

SALT LAKE CITY — On Wednesday, The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square proved that they are already in the holiday spirit by releasing an inspiring new video of "Silent Night" and by announcing an opportunity for some limited second-chance tickets for its upcoming Christmas concert.

The almost eight-minute video tells the story of a grieving police officer, played by actor Kevin Sorbo, who finds his regular beat on Christmas Eve interrupted as he and a diverse group of strangers help a young couple with the birth of their baby. Arranged by choir music director Mack Wilberg, The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square sings the beloved German carol "Silent Night" over the inspiring events of the video.

Sorbo is best-known for playing the title role in the TV show "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys," as well as his roles in the films "Let There Be Light" and "God's Not Dead."

Read the full story and learn more about the sweepstakes at DeseretNews.com.

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