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“These samples from Connelly make less sense in English than the Latin originals would to a North Korean.” —Msgr. Francis P. Schmitt


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We’re having a lot of fun…is that bad?


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A Criticism & Good News
2015 April 26 by Fr. David Friel

Another Look at Fr. Weber’s “The Proper of the Mass”


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Lest we forget
2015 April 25 by Veronica Brandt

Encouraging solemnity in a public space in Australia is no mean feat, but there are well known traditions which give the framework which elevates the simple, heartfelt speeches into a moving tribute to our fallen service men and women.


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I’ve always believed it’s a mistake to have all-women alto sections and all-men tenor sections.


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“Choral music is not one of life’s frills.”
2015 April 24 by Richard J. Clark

Would that our church and school budgets reflect this profound importance, our praise of God would be greater, our churches fuller, and our relationship with the Lord and each other deeper.


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Resources • 3rd Sunday after Easter (1962 Missal)
2015 April 24 by Jeff Ostrowski

The recording of the Introit “Jubilate Deo” was created by Jeff Ostrowski—hope it helps!


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Amazing Opportunity for Los Angeles Catholics
2015 April 23 by Jeff Ostrowski

Here’s your chance to meet Fr. John Berg, FSSP Superior General, who’s coming all the way from Switzerland.


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Let’s take a stroll down Memory Lane, shall we?


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If I were to use English settings of the Propers of the Mass, this would be my go-to book!


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Musicians are naturally attracted to beautiful things; and a beautiful chant book encourages singers to make use of the book.


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1300 criminals were present for Benediction.


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The Next Big Thing Is Here


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The One Thing That Unites Church Musicians
2015 April 19 by Jeff Ostrowski

“She told the male students that careers in music are only good for mothers who desire to make some extra cash.”


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I’d like to produce my own version, setting all six verses to different harmonizations.


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