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Archives for May 2015
The last time we sing “Vidi Aquam” is Pentecost Sunday; now we go back to “Asperges Me.”
It’s almost 5 years since the new translation came out, but some EF musicians still haven’t caught up. Here are some pointers for the musician who has been hiding under a musical rock for a decade.
Anyone who knew him expected no less. But it was extraordinary to witness.
Including rehearsal videos and special 13th-century hymn to the Most Holy Trinity.
Fantastic photograph taken by our organist during Mass on Sunday…
Catholic artists need to work together more often.
What will you do to keep the art of organ playing alive?
“Once familiar features of the preconciliar rite are now as remote to us as some obscure aboriginal ritual.” —Msgr. McManus (1980)
Throughout the movie, Hitchcock seems to imitate the liturgy.
For reasons I don’t fully understand, this chasuble was only worn once.
At the height of their usage, there were proper sequences for nearly every Sunday and feast day.
Heads and shoulders, knees and toes, in Latin with square note notation, to the tune well known in Australia.
On Pentecost Sunday, the FSSP Superior General will visit our parish.
Two free resources for the Pentecost Sequence, “Veni Sancte Spiritus”
A plenary indulgence can be gained by singing the “Veni Creator Spiritus” publicly on Pentecost.
Receiving in the hand or on the tongue? Standing or kneeling?
“Hymns that are directed to the Trinity should not be used, no matter how familiar they may be.”
If you couldn’t sing, you wouldn’t be able to talk.
Joseph Ratzinger, an expert at the Council, was also the private secretary of Cardinal Frings, Archbishop of Cologne.