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“Angularis fundamentum” is typically sung at the dedication or consecration of a church and on church anniversaries. For constructions too numerous to list in recent generations, it would be more appropriate to sing that Christ had been made a temporary foundation. A dispirited generation built temporary housing for its Lord, and in the next millnenium, the ease of its removal may be looked back upon as its chief virtue.
— Fr. George Rutler (2016)

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1854 Musica Divina by Carl Proske
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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