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The organist will play softly at the Offertory.


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Fr. Carlo Rossini Is Wrong About “EU”
2015 July 21 by Jeff Ostrowski

You can sleep soundly at night, knowing how to correctly pronounce “hagióque pnéumate.”


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Fr. Robert E. Barron To Be Made A Bishop!
2015 July 21 by Jeff Ostrowski

Three new auxiliary bishops for Los Angeles!


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Should Children Have To Audition?
2015 July 20 by Lucas Tappan

There is a proper balance between an impossibly hard formal audition and the usual “any child can join” policy that exists in the typical parish children’s choir.


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People should not be coming to Mass for the emotional high


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“To thee do we send up our sighs, mourning and weeping in this valley of tears.”


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“…like man, Mary, you are IN—really cool among women.”


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Vesting Prayers • Part 3 of 8
2015 July 19 by Fr. David Friel

The Amice


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Summer Sacred Music Workshop 2015
2015 July 18 by Andrew Leung

Summer Sacred Music Workshop in Jasper, GA, on August 15.


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Warm ups
2015 July 18 by Veronica Brandt

Starting off choir practice with a game or two. Then a prayer before choir practice.


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Fr. Robert W. Hovda argues that “Little Green Apples” can be sung during Mass.


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Carpeting Is the Enemy of Congregational Singing
2015 July 17 by Richard J. Clark

The removal of carpeting is the most effective way to improve many aspects of the liturgy. Externally, what benefits most is congregational singing.


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Is Latin Impossible For Choirs?
2015 July 16 by Jeff Ostrowski

When priests came into Bishop Trautman’s office asking permission, he would start speaking Latin to them.


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Afterthoughts on the Colloquium
2015 July 16 by Andrew Leung

Some afterthoughts on the Sacred Music Colloquium XXV


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“The master in this Gospel is praising, not the wrongful act of the unfaithful steward, but the peculiar astuteness with which he makes friends who will be useful when things go amiss.” (Maredsous N. T.)


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