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Helping Your Deacon or Priest Learn the Exsultet
2015 February 27 by Richard J. Clark

Singing the “Exsultet” can be intimidating! Six pages of endless notes and words? Here are some helpful tools.


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Video • Padre Pio Celebrates Mass (5 May 1956)
2015 February 27 by Jeff Ostrowski

You can hear Padre Pio singing the Mass.


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Musical Resources • 2nd Sunday of Lent
2015 February 26 by Jeff Ostrowski

The “Gloria in excelsis” is not said from Septuagesima Sunday until Easter, except on Holy Thursday, Holy Saturday, & some special feasts.


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A reader from Indonesia kindly sent us these…


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Who wouldn’t welcome this fresh & contemporary piece for Easter?


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Permission Needed to Replace the Propers?—(5 of 7)
2015 February 24 by Andrew R. Motyka

The practical end of formal approval.


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Permission Needed to Replace the Propers?—(4 of 7)
2015 February 24 by Lucas Tappan

This year one, a seminarian from our parish is being ordained. He requested that we sing the Propers for his first Mass.


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PDF Download: Two (2) Rare Franciscan Chant Books
2015 February 24 by Jeff Ostrowski

Many of these melodies cannot be easily found in any other book.


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“Devout people are the ones who will be most disturbed by the new liturgy.” —Pope Paul VI (11/26/1969)


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Permission Needed to Replace the Propers?—(3 of 7)
2015 February 21 by Andrew Leung

When the GIRM says “four options”, they really mean four preferences…


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Permission Needed to Replace the Propers?—(2 of 7)
2015 February 21 by Veronica Brandt

How modernism effects music and babies. And how UNICEF is like the Catholic Church.


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Musical Resources • 1st Sunday of Lent
2015 February 21 by Jeff Ostrowski

The “Gloria in excelsis” is not said from Septuagesima Sunday until Easter, except on Holy Thursday, Holy Saturday, & some special feasts.


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Permission Needed to Replace the Propers?—(1 of 7)
2015 February 20 by Richard J. Clark

“Tacit approval” alone isn’t getting the job done. It is abdicating authority to composers and publishers, pastors and liturgists.


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The book is 1,479 pages. The monastery of Solesmes certainly had a staggering output!


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Bishop Slattery: “Why Did God Make Us?”
2015 February 19 by Jeff Ostrowski

It would not be wrong to say that the entire video revolves around Sacred music.


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