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Carmel
2017 July 16 by Fr. David Friel

The Vineyard of God


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This vision of the Church’s relationship with Latin is quite different from the perspective held by many post-conciliar liturgists.


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Formation in the Liturgy
2017 July 02 by Fr. David Friel

Remarkable Speech by a High School Valedictorian


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Strong with God's Strength
2017 June 29 by Fr. David Friel

Celebrating Saints Peter & Paul


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A lunch-time conversation at Sacred Music Colloquium 2017 in St. Paul, MN


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Silence in the Liturgy
2017 June 18 by Fr. David Friel

Thoughts from Pope Benedict XVI, Msgr. Guido Marini, and the GIRM


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Essays from Msgr. Guido Marini


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Thoughts on Benedict
2017 June 04 by Fr. David Friel

St. Benedict, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, and “Ars Celebrandi”


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A new article on the Sequences of the Roman Rite in the “Adoremus Bulletin”


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Antiphon Journal Expands Its Archives
2017 May 21 by Fr. David Friel

Recent issues now available for preview through Project MUSE.


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Podcast on Sacred Music
2017 May 14 by Fr. David Friel

An interview with the blog, “Seminarian Casual”


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Summer 2017 looks to be a blockbuster period for sacred music activity.


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This is the sort of setting that could only have derived from faith and grown out of the experience of praying these words repeatedly and fervently.


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A new chant workshop in upstate New York in June 2017.


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Square Note App
2017 April 09 by Fr. David Friel

Bring your “Graduale Digitalum” wherever you go.


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Two Articles Worth Reading
2017 April 02 by Fr. David Friel

On “Liturgiam authenticam” and the Crisis in Art


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The Joy of Penance
2017 March 25 by Fr. David Friel

The celebration of Laetare Sunday reveals a deeper truth.


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What to Do with the “Fourth Option”
2017 March 19 by Fr. David Friel

A new Adoremus article explores how best to overthrow the tyranny of “alius cantus congruus.”


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I was renewed in spirit for a future filled with hope for liturgical music.


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Revisiting Musicam Sacram
2017 March 08 by Fr. David Friel

Fifty Years Later – Strengths, Weaknesses, and Progressive Solemnity


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