“Such moments had been a part of his spiritual life since boyhood and through his priesthood.”

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The Easiest Way To Teach Your Choir Polyphony
2015 August 04 by Jeff Ostrowski

What could be simpler or more fun than this?

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A Must Have For The Choir Director's Shelf
2015 August 04 by Lucas Tappan

This book is invaluable for the church musician.

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My Response To “Should Church Singers Be Paid?”
2015 August 04 by Jeff Ostrowski

“The labourer is worthy of his hire.” (I Tim 5:18)

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Assumption Mass
2015 August 03 by Fr. David Friel

A Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form next Friday evening in Philadelphia.

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Maestro Colin Mawby—The Newest Blogger
2015 August 02 by Andrew Leung

Maestro Mawby is now a contributor for «CASTAWAY» and his articles may interest you…

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Loading Choir Binders for 2 August 2015
2015 August 02 by Jeff Ostrowski

Once we finish revising the scores at Goupil, this will be unnecessary.

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Vesting Prayers • Part 5 of 8
2015 August 02 by Fr. David Friel

The Cincture

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Teaching chant to your children
2015 August 01 by Veronica Brandt

Just a little each day. As Confucius says: “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”

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Personal Issues Manifested in the Mass
2015 July 31 by Richard J. Clark

Personal tensions can rise to the highest boiling point during Mass and no other place.
Why is this? As it turns out, there’s a pretty interesting reason.

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A Few More Thoughts on the Chorister Audition
2015 July 30 by Lucas Tappan

At the end of the audition, most of the students experience a great sense of accomplishment and really consider it an honor to be accepted into the choir!

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Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen On Gregorian Chant
2015 July 30 by Jeff Ostrowski

“I did my best to give utterance to all those black notes in the missal.” —Fulton J. Sheen

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The Anglican can dress anything up?
2015 July 29 by Andrew Leung

Recently, I came across a video of a Anglican boys’ choir singing Dan Schutte’s “Here I am Lord”...

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The recessional is bright, happy, and beautiful.

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“When You See Rome, You Will Lose Your Faith.”
2015 July 29 by Aurelio Porfiri

Only the blind can avoid facing this reality: the biggest liturgical crisis is in Rome.

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