BLOG ARCHIVE / RSS / LATIN MISSAL / JOGUES HYMNAL
PDF Download: Tozer Propers & Labouré Propers
2014 July 17 by Jeff Ostrowski

“The law of the Church plainly declares that, whenever High Mass is celebrated, the Proper of the Mass must be sung or at least recited.” — Fr. Labouré (1922)

read more

end post
Confession 2.0
2014 July 16 by Aurelio Porfiri

“You know I will never betray you, lol.” How many Hail Marys would this kind of sin deserve?

read more

end post

Simple steps to start moving from the “average” Catholic music program to a more reverent liturgy.

read more

end post
I Am Not A Contemporary
2014 July 15 by Aurelio Porfiri

Job searching is tough, you say? Try searching as a Church musician who is not “contemporary.”

read more

end post
The Real Trouble With Missalettes
2014 July 14 by Jeff Ostrowski

Did you catch that last quotation? “Unless proper readings are given.” What does that passage mean?

read more

end post
Hmmm … Where Have We Seen These Vestments?
2014 July 14 by Cynthia Ostrowski

All the vestments used in the Campion Missal were more than 200 years old.

read more

end post
Benjamin Franklin Composed A String Quartet
2014 July 14 by Jeff Ostrowski

Why must the music at Wedding receptions be blasted at such a deafening volume? What can be done?

read more

end post

St. Kateri grew up in very unlikely circumstances of ever becoming a saint. But she did.

read more

end post

“I am desperately trying to understand how what I experienced yesterday is not a separate rite.” — Dr. Jerry Galipeau

read more

end post
Homily: 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A)
2014 July 13 by Guest Author

“There’s no doubt that Catholics are hearing a lot more of the Bible now than they used to. However, it’s difficult to say what has been the result of this.”

read more

end post
The “Children’s Liturgy of the Word”
2014 July 13 by Fr. David Friel

Are We Past This Yet?

read more

end post
Dreaming in Latin
2014 July 12 by Veronica Brandt

Book review: Forty Dreams Of St. John Bosco: From St. John Bosco’s Biographical Memoirs

read more

end post

If the ICEL chants (or another Gregorian setting) are used at all the masses in a parish, it develops unity. It also helps a parish refrain from being multiple communities under the same roof.

read more

end post
Sacred Music As Entertainment
2014 July 10 by Guest Author

The reason we have a choir in the church is for our entertainment at Mass, right?

read more

end post
Why Did Nobody Inform Me That Latin Was Abolished?
2014 July 10 by Aurelio Porfiri

“The request freaked the Deacon out, and, through sweat, he answered that the Council had abolished Latin.”

read more

end post

Older | Newer