“Missa Mille Regretz” is based on the famous chanson of the same name…
Archives for September 2013
Everyone should watch this lovely trailer.
Not one, but two hymns that the omniscient Google didn’t know about, in honour of St Michael the Archangel, with sheet music.
Pope Francis is not afraid to open dialogue about difficult subjects. That alone marks enormous change. Perhaps, this kind of dialogue makes some of us uncomfortable. But this opens the possibility of growth.
The current Missal was put together with haste, and even the Vatican dicastery had to apologize for all the errors and typos contained in those early 1969 and 1970 directives, as Msgr. Schuler has pointed out.
The current rubrics tell the priest when to turn around and face the people, which would be superfluous if he were already facing them.
I never realized Subdeacons were allowed to be part of the New Mass, but it makes sense since the minor orders were not suppressed until 15 August 1972.
A short film about the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia (Nashville, Tennessee).
The controversy caused by my posts on rock music have prompted me to look back over the past four posts and try to see the thread that runs through all of them. It is the truth that Christians are called to pursue excellence in every way—that includes music.
The repercussions of a childlike faith.
Those who oppose abortion point out that very few of the 50 million abortions since Roe v. Wade had to do with “rape and incest,” but this is the weaker argument.
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”
“I had a special relationship with Pope Paul VI that began with his election to the papacy.” — Bishop René H. Gracida
… when people have to read the reviews to find out if they enjoyed the concert?
“This is not to say that prayers in strophic form cannot be uttered with a prayerful mentality.” — Professor László Dobszay
“The greatest sign of hope for me is the young people I meet who believe more than my generation and recognize how bankrupt our culture is and want the truth.” — Raymond Cardinal Leo Burke
Fr. Georg May was a superb Canon lawyer and faithfully heard Confessions every Saturday … even during the tumultuous years following the Second Vatican Council.
Here are nine images of the 2nd edition.
Mystery as Light
We shouldn’t sing in Latin because it cuts people off. Except O Sanctissima, because everyone knows that one. And maybe Salve Regina. And Tantum Ergo we all know by now. And…
The Call of Matthew
At one time or another, all artists are tested in the same way that faith is tested. In this test—the infliction we will endure at one time or another—our faith is made stronger.
Here at Watershed, Bishop Sheen is one of our favorites.
After causing general apoplexy with last week’s post, I will endeavor today to add some nuances and respond to objections.
“Will you still love your girlfriend after she becomes your wife?”