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Archives for May 2017
A new article on the Sequences of the Roman Rite in the “Adoremus Bulletin”
To sing in prayer and with joy is pastorally imperative for they are all we have.
“Anyone who sought thee, or made to thee his moan…”
Josquin surely belongs in the pantheon of history’s most important composers.
Seven men will be ordained to the Sacred Priesthood for the FSSP in North America on 26 May 2017.
Once upon a time, Catholic composers were trained from birth in a special art of musical composition…
I realize it is hard, but perhaps this is the balance we are called to live—truth in charity.
Recent issues now available for preview through Project MUSE.
A new Mass by Michael Duryea and two short works by Thomas J. Mosser.
“At times, it’s hard because I feel as if I’m the only one in church wearing one.” —Crystalina Evert
“Sisters in pants distribute communion, while priests sit idle in the sanctuary. This ‘option’ results from a decay of the reverence for the Lord’s Presence.” —Fulton J. Sheen (1976)
Precious few modern masterpieces exist…but this motet by Kevin Allen is one.
Do you understand why I only apologize once—and not twice—for the Soprano line?
The audition itself is very straight forward and usually takes about 10 minutes, although I know within the first minute if I plan to accept the child into the choir.
Two members talk about their new CD, “Requiem.”
An interview with the blog, “Seminarian Casual”
Live recordings—music in honor of Our Lady of Fatima.
Not only priests, church musicians are also called to be good shepherds after the example of Christ.
“Prior to the singing of each hymn, a brief background of its history and significance in Catholic devotional life will be presented by Peter Meggison.”