Kevin Allen’s beautiful “Domine, Non Sum Dignus” has also been sung for Vatican Masses.
Archives for October 2016
What keeps us going is our wonderful readers, whose kindness and witness inspire us.
Two generous young ladies, currently in high school, helped me record this gorgeous Kyrie.
“While it is true that children can make beautiful music, it is more important that music can make beautiful children…”
Thoughts on “the hidden struggles” of a choirmaster.
His Mass settings alone require 2,349 pages!
It is not found in the Roman Rite. It is not there in the scriptures. We are in fact inserting such self-obsession.
Check out this newest feature on the restored organ in the Chapel of King’s College!
Even more exciting were two developments I learned of while in Detroit.
Due to human nature, I believe most of us won’t reach our potential—unless we’re forced to do so!
“All things are in Thy will, O Lord, and there is none that can resist Thy will…”
This isn’t about chant. This isn’t about a style of music. It is about the urgency we face with vocations.
I hardly ever watch internet videos, but this one I could not resist.
St. Francis of Assisi is not a “liturgical hippie.” He is a lover of the Roman liturgy and might have sung polyphony…
I have no idea which cathedral this is, but architects should take note!