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Video • Mass during WW2
2016 May 05 by Andrew Leung

Vintage video of an army chaplain celebrating Mass during World War II.


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Does Gregorian Chant Work In English?
2016 May 04 by Jeff Ostrowski

“In a musical phrase, each element is a part of the whole and must take its place in that whole.” —Dom Gajard


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Expect The Best—And You Will Get It
2016 May 04 by Lucas Tappan

If you truly love the children of your parish, fight the elitism that says young children can’t sing, or just can’t appreciate good music.


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« Repertoire » • Sacred Music Symposium 2016
2016 May 03 by Jeff Ostrowski

The official repertory list for this upcoming Church music symposium.


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Here is what Cardinal Burke has to say about the Latin Mass.


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What Modern Man Cannot Ever Accept: SILENCE
2016 May 02 by Jeff Ostrowski

“I believe that more and more people will start to come to this, if nothing else because they wish to find a way in their world to carve out quiet time.”


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Regina Chesterton Academy
2016 May 01 by Fr. David Friel

A Classical Education Track for Catholic High School Students


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“Grant, O Lord, that what we have received may—by the intercession of blessed Joseph—crown our work and confirm our reward…”


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Hearing a movie theme in the Alleluia verse from the Easter Vigil. Gregorian chant has all the good tunes.


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Children who sing today will be the foundation of our Church in the future.


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Musical Works of Mercy
2016 April 28 by Andrew Leung

How can we help others spiritually through music?


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Propers for St. Joseph the Worker
2016 April 27 by Jeff Ostrowski

This Sunday falls on May 1st, so the EF feast is “St. Joseph the Workman.”


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The Devil Gets in the Details
2016 April 26 by Lucas Tappan

Just remember to laugh, thank the Good Lord and keep your coffee off of the piano!


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Modern ears don’t always enjoy the sound of extremely ancient music—do you?


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Instruction on Sacred Music by Bishop John Doerfler
2016 April 24 by Fr. David Friel

Introducing a Five-Year Plan for the Future of Sacred Music in the Diocese of Marquette


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Our Lady’s Royal Ancestry • Gregorian Chant
2016 April 24 by Jeff Ostrowski

“Richer than I you can never be—I had a Mother who read to me.”


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“…grant Thy peoples that they may love what Thou commandest and desire what Thou dost promise…”


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Dazzling Canon • “Adoremus in Aeternum”
2016 April 23 by Jeff Ostrowski

John Paul II: “For compositions of liturgical music, I make my own the general rule of St. Pius X…”


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2 groups of high schoolers, over 200 young people, proved that they can sing and pray with traditional church music.


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Musician • Center of Attention or Servant?
2016 April 22 by Richard J. Clark

Applause from a congregation for musicians, or musicians that impede congregational singing for the sake of personal artistry, are but symptoms. The church musician has been misidentified as a separate entity—a showpiece—and not properly identified as a servant of the liturgy, a servant of God, a servant of the people.


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