Can you spot the error?
Archives for July 2017
Catholics with disabilities have a right to participate in the sacraments as fully as other members of the local ecclesial community.
The ability to say “no” is an important gift of which much good can come, if used with wisdom, mercy, and kindness.
Do the Altar Servers receive the Kiss of Peace?
“We have received Thy mercy, O God, in the midst of Thy temple…”
“Is plainsong really so dull and dry as some of our singers would have us believe?”
The FSSP seminarians exceeded all expectations!
Beautiful liturgical music happened—in a hotel ballroom, no less!
This piece by Kevin Allen is based on the plainsong Communion antiphon.
Guidance from Bl. John Henry Cardinal Newman
Here is some great church music coming from the Anglican Cathedral of Hong Kong
Did you notice the “ups and downs” were omitted? The choir will fill those in…
We look to Mary to understand the “self reflection” of sacred polyphony.
Can anyone identify the composer of this piece?
Does this constitute an organic development?
The Vineyard of God
A clever video juxtaposes Fr. Favole’s First Solemn Mass…
“When, on his last morning, Cardinal Meisner did not appear at Mass, he was found dead in his room.”
“[T]he parish has seen an astonishing increase in Mass attendance and financial stewardship owing in large part to the addition of a weekly traditional Latin Missa Cantata, use of handcrafted Roman vestments, emphasis on sacred music…”
Rutter: “When they join together, they become one; and they share an experience which they couldn’t have on their own.”
Can you hear the difference? Listen closely to the third section.
A stunning announcement by Richard Rice!
This vision of the Church’s relationship with Latin is quite different from the perspective held by many post-conciliar liturgists.
“I cannot say enough good things about my experience at the symposium. Words cannot express just how wonderful it was to be there, and how much I brought back with me.”
“Have you thanked God for this failure already?”