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A theorist, organist, and conductor, Jeff Ostrowski holds his B.M. in Music Theory from the University of Kansas (2004), and did graduate work in Musicology. He serves as choirmaster for the new FSSP parish in Los Angeles, where he resides with his wife and children.
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“Although the Mass contains much instruction for the faithful, it has nevertheless not seemed expedient to the fathers that it be celebrated everywhere in the vernacular. The holy synod commands pastors and everyone who has the care of souls to explain frequently during the celebration of the Masses, either themselves or through others, some of the things that are read in the Mass, and among other things to expound some mystery of this most Holy Sacrifice, especially on Sundays and feastdays.”
— Council of Trent, XII:8 (1562)

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Once Again, Verifiable Proof
published 6 February 2013 by Jeff Ostrowski

HAVE OFTEN WRITTEN about the phenomenon I call “learn a new word, see it within 24 hours.” It happens to me and my friends almost daily. For instance, the other day, I used the word “saccharine” for the first time ever, and (sure enough!) I saw it printed somewhere else within a matter of hours. Here is another example: at 1:30pm this afternoon, I spoke on the phone to a gentleman I’d never met. During the conversation, I was told about the “Church of St. Louis of France” where Fr. Paul F. Morrissey, S.M., is Pastor. Before three (3) hours had elapsed, I happened to stumble upon an article in Sacred Music published in 1996:

What are the odds of that, folks???