iPhone Clip • From Sacred Music Symposium 2018

2018 June 19

This year's Symposium has begun…with a bang!

Sacred Music Camp in Allentown, NJ

2018 June 16

New Opportunity for Children Grades 3–12

James David Christie • International Performer of the Year

2018 June 15

As both performer and teacher, James David Christie models excellence and beauty.

Raising the Musical Standards (Part 2)

2018 June 14

Raising the musical standards leads to deeper prayers...

“Come Holy Ghost” • Improvisation

2018 June 12

Can you improvise?

Sacred Music Camp for Children in Philadelphia

2018 June 10

The Inaugural “Cantate Domino” Festival

Save the World: Build More Carmels

2018 June 10

Society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.

Perpetual Succour Passes the Equator

2018 June 09

One young doctor sailing across the Pacific Ocean to raise money for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. You do meet all sorts at Mass.

“No, I was taught that in school…”

2018 June 08

The famous wit of William F. Buckley Jr. is quite conspicuous in this clip.

Raising the Musical Standards (Part 1)

2018 June 07

The low musical standards in churches these days...

The Beauty of Dance

2018 June 05

There shall surely be dancing in Heaven.

Sanctus & Benedictus • “Ave Maris Stella” (Victoria)

2018 June 05

We’ve released rehearsal videos for the Kyrie—today, we release the Sanctus & Benedictus!

CCW Receives Praise … on Television!

2018 June 04

An excellent series on Church music

We’ve registered 75—but a few spots are still available!

2018 June 03

“After such a joyful and music-filled week, I'm feeling refreshed and motivated to change the world!” —Participant from 2017

FSSP Camp in Sydney, Australia

2018 June 02

Living the Liturgy requires a little study. Learning Thomistic philosophy opens up new dimensions to the prayers we love so much.

“On a Sacred Note” • Catholic TV Network • 13 Part Series on Sacred Music

2018 June 01

“My wish is that our viewers will walk into Sunday Mass with a new attentiveness…” — Stephanie Scogna