A Short Piece We’re Singing For Lent

2019 March 19

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with one of the smartest Catholic priests alive.

The Lorica of St. Patrick

2019 March 17

A fifth-century hymn preserved in an eleventh-century manuscript

A German Franciscan Soldier who Sang

2019 March 16

Excerpts from the life of Fr Gereon Goldmann - bombs, concentration camps, espionage and Gregorian chant.

“Sarum Rite” • Did it exist? What is it?

2019 March 14

“To contrast Ancient Sarum with Modern Roman is absurd.” —Fr. Adrian Fortescue (1912)

Offensive Music in Germany • Ash Wednesday (2019)

2019 March 13

Have you ever seen a liturgical “instrument” like this?

Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast

2019 March 10

Dedicated to exploring the teaching and vision of the Church on the topic of liturgical music

Every Church Musician Deserves Music Lessons

2019 March 09

In which Veronica describes some unexpected benefits of taking up music lessons.

Register Now! • “Sacred Music Symposium” (2019)

2019 March 06

“My experience with the Symposium was far beyond of what I could imagine…” —Participant from the Dominican Republic

“Lacuna” • An Actual One—Not A Fake One

2019 March 04

Read these entries—and then tell me your head isn't spinning!

Leo XIII to St. Katharine Drexel: “What about you?”

2019 March 03

Today marks the feast of Mother Katharine Drexel, whom the Holy Father challenged to become a missionary.

God of Mercy and Compassion

2019 March 02

Two hymns with the same opening line, but very different content. A mystery rewrite symptomatic of an avoidance of personal contrition.