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All Souls — gave hope to me, too.
2014 October 31 by Richard J. Clark

Do not miss the opportunities of All Souls Day, especially as it falls on a Sunday.

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Gregorian & Polyphonic Choirs • FSSP Los Angeles
2014 October 31 by FSSP Los Angeles

The FSSP has a new parish in Los Angeles!

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Music Never Lies
2014 October 30 by Dr. Peter Kwasniewski

Every piece of music, great or small, contains an indefinable message of the soul, penetrating, communicative, formative.

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Bach Mass In B Minor • Robert Shaw, 1947
2014 October 30 by Jeff Ostrowski

Download these magnificent mp3 recordings as soon as you can!

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True Devotion to Jesus
2014 October 29 by Guest Author

You will definitely want to read the quotes from Paul VI about reception of Communion in the hand.

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Sanctus/Benedictus: Should It Be Divided At Mass?
2014 October 29 by Jeff Ostrowski

OCP recently sent me a free Spanish/English book attempting to revive this custom.

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Full Text: Cardinal Pell Sermon • 24 October 2014
2014 October 28 by Jeff Ostrowski

“We Catholics have strange beliefs…” —George Cardinal Pell

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Look What God Did For You!
2014 October 28 by Jeff Ostrowski

Dr. Mahrt has explained that polyphony’s order “shows forth the splendor of the universe.”

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The Secret Way The Latin Mass Has Won
2014 October 27 by Jeff Ostrowski

A recent blog by Liturgical Press is titled “Growing Up Racist and Misogynist and Catholic.”

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Only the Lover Sings
2014 October 26 by Fr. David Friel

The South Philly Tradition of the Wedding Serenade

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Letter on Sacred Music to Parishioners
2014 October 24 by Richard J. Clark

An article that may serve to guide those of us searching for the words to speak to our parishioners, choir members, and also clergy.

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The Use and Abuse of the "Via Media"
2014 October 23 by Dr. Peter Kwasniewski

Everyone likes to think themselves at the golden mean between two extremes. The problem is, this often becomes a substitute for real thinking, and prevents us from striving for the best.

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Feast of Saint John Paul II
2014 October 22 by Richard J. Clark

See today’s Collect: Saint John Paul II leads us to Christ.

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The Passing Of Helen Hull Hitchcock
2014 October 21 by Jeff Ostrowski

Helen was a rare person. She cared deeply about others.

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Jacqueline Kennedy & The Roman Catholic Liturgy
2014 October 20 by Jeff Ostrowski

Kennedy had no regrets about refusing to take the blood-stained suit off.

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