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Don’t just play the organ. Pray the organ.
Five reasons keeping Holy Saturday in the morning is a good idea.
I would not want a gift if it came from somebody who thought he had to give it to me.
Can you say “yes” to these seven questions?
Whoever accompanies this piece on the organ did something—in my humble opinion—very clever!
What if we take medieval music pedagogy seriously? Do its methods have anything to offer us today?
I recently conducted an experiment…with surprising results.
If an ex-clarinetist can do it, you can do it—and the benefits far outweigh the effort involved.
Like so many of the inaudible prayers of the Mass, this short statement is rich in significance.
Bishops have broad freedom to determine what adaptations may be necessary in 2021.
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.
Practical advice for how to start a Traditional Latin Mass in your city.
“Benedictus: The Traditional Catholic Companion” is an initiative of Sophia Institute Press.
Sometimes I think we humans are becoming too smart—perhaps too smart for our own good.
This year, the priest at my parish will be offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass ad orientem on Fridays during Lent. I wrote the following “explainer” to help my parishioners understand what’s going on and why.
We have scanned this extremely rare hymnal, granted Imprimatur by Francis Cardinal Spellman on 15 February 1954.
We should evaluate things based on their merit.
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.
An 18-page PDF for the Solemn Blessing of Water on the Eve of the Epiphany.
This is one of my favorite Gregorian hymns; very catchy!
The “Blue Laws” were a series of fanatical laws enacted by the Puritans of the colony of Connecticut…
“Variae Preces” (1892) — “Cantus Varii” (1902) — “Cantus Varii” (1928) — “Cantus Selecti” (1957)