I will be releasing hundreds of these B/W religious line art drawings for free and instant download. These beautiful Catholic “woodcuts” were done with magnificent skill. “Download Free Traditional Catholic Clipart”
Archives for April 2013
In the near future Corpus Christi Watershed will be releasing the round-note SATB edition of Modal Responsorial Psalms and Gospel Acclamations See a sneak peek of the settings for the Extended Pentecost Vigil here.
Does noticing this officially make me a “Chant Geek” ? Or is it the mere fact that I actually care about such things . . .
R. O God, let all the nations praise you!
Vs. May God have pity on us and bless us . . .
The New Commandment
Chosen and edited by Henry Duke of Norfolk and Charles T. Gatty, with Inroductory letter from Pope Leo XIII., Preface, etc. Complete in one volume (553 pages), price 6s. net.
Is the cantor the “leader of song”? It may be surprising that there are a few answers to this question, but it leads towards one ideal.
Appealing to specific age groups weakens a parish.
The spiritual maturity of the Christian is very much connected with habituation in the nobility of the fine arts.
A change has been made in the United States with regard to kneeling for Holy Communion: “the exhortation to catechesis is removed and the exception to the norm of standing is left to the discretion of the faithful.”
The choir director as a model for singing.
“And so, I launched out into the deep and asked for donations. Within 72 hours we had not only covered the cost, but also had more donations than we could possibly use for that project.” — Fr. Smith
Corpus Christi Watershed will be conducting a series of interviews with priests, seminarians, sisters, and lay folks to raise awareness about the Mass Propers.
The Lalemant Propers are extremely simple settings (in English) of the Mass Propers which make it possible for any person to sing these sacred prayers . . . even people who have no musical training whatsoever.
R. I will praise your name forever, my king and my God.
“The LORD is gracious and merciful . . .”