Lenten discipline : St Philip Neri says “to love to be unknown”; Gandalf says “Keep it secret, keep it safe.”
Archives for February 2016
This SATB setting can be used during any liturgical season and has “O Salutaris Hostia” as one of its verses.
It is easier to capitulate than to educate.
The text is by St. Gregory the Great, who was Pope from 590-604.
If we can solve these 3 misunderstandings, people can fall in love with chant easier!
Do we remember that people in the pews often lack our musical background?
Are you up for a special hymn challenge?
I hope this might serve as a foundation for your future work with young singers in your parish.
“The phone is our century’s plague. It destroys character, interaction, friendships, families, and our time. We are glued to these devices.”
The Difference a Comma Makes
A picture book painting an historical picture of Jesus’ hidden life with the boys known in the Bible as His brothers while providing the evidence supporting the Catholic teaching of the perpetual virginity of Our Lady. And how to play marbles in a friendly way.
We’re approaching capacity—if you’re interested, we need to hear from you soon!
A light of Revelation to the Gentiles!
There are three pillars that must be in place for a parish to sow the seeds of growth and vibrancy. If any one of them falls, the others suffer.
The Sung Vespers is currently featured by BBC Radio 3
Brandon Harvey introducing the new Ministry Institute of Christ the Servant
“I must point out that the content of my site is totally free, granting open access to everyone.” —Nancho Alvarez
This high resolution image portrays a priest offering Mass with the Holy Trinity above.
First published in 1901 by Emile Dethier, organist at the Grand Seminary in Liège, Belgium.
We are not allowed to sing Tropes in the Extraordinary Form, so I added that text in italics.