Ten ways to make your musical selections during Mass a delight for all present.
Consider using this time of disruption as an opportunity to make long-overdue changes in the way your choir operates.
William F. Buckley speaking on television about Monsignor Ronald Knox.
“Custom preserves many things in liturgy after their first reason has ceased.” —Father Adrian Fortescue
Can Gregorian Chant be harmonized? Does it work?
Vernacular hymns at Communion during EF High Mass—your thoughts?
…including rehearsal videos for each individual voice.
From a manuscript created circa A.D. 1497.
We are pleased to observe how this site included our liturgical PDF files.
May these thoughts on selfless love encourage you to persevere through Holy Week.
Also included: Five (5) rare rhyming renderings into English.
What is a Catholic Hymnal? How old are these hymns?
The National Association of Pastoral Musicians has created “liturgical” materials honoring Buddha and Darwin.
I don’t know who really wrote this motet, but I do know it’s a soothing and highly accessible selection for Holy Week.
We are called to do something very strange…
This luscious manuscript was created about A.D. 1453 for a French Noblewoman.
The life I lead is not glamorous—nor do I feel like I am making a ‘big difference’ most days…
There are so many wonderful Gregorian hymns, but the “HYMN TO SAINT JOSEPH” is my favorite.
I love Venerable Pius XII very much, but this particular change was unconscionable.
Three virtual lectures have just been announced by the SCL.
You can’t have too many harmonizations of this piece!
An introduction to the English chants of Holy Week for clergy
Here’s something we tried recently, and I’d be grateful to hear your feedback.
Sophia Institute Press has authorized us to release marvelous secrets about the 3rd edition!
Also provided: an organ accompaniment for “Jam Christe Sol Justitiae” (an ancient Catholic hymn for Lent).
…including news Re: the 3rd edition of the Saint Edmund Campion Missal, scheduled to be released in April.
Some guidance on how to stay recollected at a low Mass while you’re also playing organ.
We have scanned this extremely rare hymnal, granted Imprimatur by Francis Cardinal Spellman on 15 February 1954.
In 1947, this book was given a double “Imprimatur” by Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York.
I’ve never spent as much time creating a Liturgical Chart as I did for this one.