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“The choir shall henceforth sing or say no anthems of our Lady or other Saints, but only of our Lord, and then not in Latin; but choosing out the best and most sounding to Christian religion they shall turn the same into English, setting thereunto a plain and distinct note for every syllable one: they shall sing them and none other.”
— 1548 Edict of King Edward VI (a heretic) for Lincoln Cathedral

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Sacred Music Conference: Marquette, Michigan
published 7 June 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

HE DIOCESE of Marquette, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, is offering its second annual Sacred Music Conference on July 12-13, 2013. The 2013 Sacred Music Conference will be held in Escanaba, MI. Those from the Diocese of Marquette and neighboring dioceses are highly encouraged to attend!

Topics will include: Gregorian and English Chant, Organ registration and use, How to start a schola, Choral music study, Practical ways to build and improve your music program Resources, and much more! There will be time for prayer, discussion, as well as social time. Sung Vespers and Holy Mass with multiple scholae and polyphonic choir.

For more information and to register online, visit this link:

      * *  dioceseofmarquette.org/sacredmusic

Please print out this flyer and distribute to your friends!