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Musical Resources • Holy Thursday (1962)
2015 April 01 by Jeff Ostrowski

Bells are rung and the organ played at the “Gloria”—but then stay silent until the Easter Vigil “Gloria.”


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Judas Iscariot & Religious Freedom
2015 April 01 by Jeff Ostrowski

Some have criticized Christ for making Judas part of his special group of friends.


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What Happened To Our Catholic Artists?
2015 March 31 by Jeff Ostrowski

From what I can tell, a trend toward ugly artwork in Church publications began in the late 1950s.


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St. Paul's Choir School, Harvard Square, Boston
2015 March 30 by Lucas Tappan

Are you a priest, are you a music director? Perhaps God is calling YOU!


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Is This Where It All Began?
2015 March 30 by Jeff Ostrowski

Why do so many traditional priests have an aversion to Pope Pius XII’s revision of Holy Week?


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Essential Resources for Holy Week
2015 March 29 by Fr. David Friel

Knowing What Is Needed


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Musical Resources • Palm Sunday (1962)
2015 March 29 by Jeff Ostrowski

There are two ways to distribute palm branches in the Extraordinary Form.


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Palm Sunday Outline • Extraordinary Form
2015 March 29 by Jeff Ostrowski

During the procession, all or some of the following selections may be sung…


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Scales and counterpoint
2015 March 28 by Veronica Brandt

Two part choir exercises – one for every day of the year plus a few dozen to spare.


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You may forever change the lives of someone you do not know in ways you will never know.


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“O Sacred Head Surrounded”
2015 March 26 by Jeff Ostrowski

An easier organ accompaniment, provided by Dr. Eugène Lapierre, teacher of Roger Wagner.


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Diversity Of Thought
2015 March 26 by Jeff Ostrowski

When it comes to reforming the liturgy, they want “all voices heard.”


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“Scranton is a very Catholic town. Every guy, growing up considered the priesthood.” —Bishop Morlino


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Free PDF • Polyphonic Gloria With Practice Videos
2015 March 25 by Jeff Ostrowski

Uses Gregorian chant with polyphonic Falsibordone by Caesare de Zachariis (†1594).


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Do You Know The Hymn Of Saint Casimir?
2015 March 24 by Jeff Ostrowski

The original meter & rhyme scheme were miraculously kept in English, Polish, Greek, French, Spanish, Italian, and Hungarian!


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