A snippet caught by a generous alto at Candle-lit Mass in Hollywood.
Archives for December 2016
“Meek,” “mild,” “humble,” and “lowly” are mistaken for submission and weakness. Only a person of great strength could possess such qualities.
Directing music for a Sung Mass can be terrifying. Here’s a tip to help you avoid one trap.
Keep the flame of the true Christmas spirit burning brightly and carol to your heart’s content.
Originally, the star was shown above the tiled roof of the stable.
Several singers shown here helped record the Watershed polyphonic rehearsal videos.
I forgot something important…
“Christmas is thus the feast of the loving humility of God….” — Pope Francis
“It is solemnly made known, dearest brethren that, just as we—through the bounteous mercy of God—have rejoiced in the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ…”
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is…
This video sharply condemns the choir’s previous director…a dangerous game.
Especially suited for the Ordinary Form—and did you spot the invertible counterpoint?
It’s hard to implement a program of truly sacred music, focused on the Lord, when so many of our Masses and other services are celebrated as if God were a side note…
Looking for a chariitable appeal you can support in good conscience? Check out this new Vestment Fund.
At certain times, an artist requires refuge…
Sydney might not be famous for spiritual endeavours. Here is a peak at a few upcoming retreats for men.
We won’t be singing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” for Offertory!
“Look with favor, we beseech Thee, O Lord upon these offerings here before Thee…”
Unfortunately we live in a society in which parents can no longer allow the culture to help form their children, and in most instances are forced to fight such an un-cultural leviathan.
…Victoria lives, thanks to fine youngsters such as these!
Evidence from Trent and Vatican II
Including a video snippet taken in Los Angeles.
A sure sign of an insecure leader is one whose first instinct is to blame others when something goes wrong.
When I print this entire booklet, the Communion inexplicably erases every clivis in the psalmody.
“Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice.”