“Pausing a little, arise, make Adoration to the Sacrament, give the Pax to those present, observe Order of calling, and Years…”
Archives for November 2017
Knox was a founding member of the “Detection Club,” which included Agatha Christie and G. K. Chesterton.
Children need to see that everything takes second place to your relationship with Christ.
At the time I’m posting, this video has 355 views—let’s see if we can raise that number!
Here are some books you might consider…
Permission has been given to post this marvelous 2016 dissertation by Fr. Shawn Tunink.
A good chant to begin with. Print a copy with interlinear translation and join with one of the best known chants from the Church Universal.
“And from the fig-tree learn a parable: when the branch thereof is now tender, and the leaves come forth, you know that summer is nigh.”
Christmas falls on a Monday this year—but documentation shows “double dipping” is forbidden.
They open the doors to people of all faiths and backgrounds. But they will celebrate the Eucharist, Adore the Blessed Sacrament, and administer the sacraments boldly out on the open for all to witness and experience.
“A beautiful choice, that of the commission, aimed at pointing out that new way for theology that is music”
Jeff recently asked if directors take choir pictures and I can’t say I do—but thankfully others did.
“The heavens and the earth proclaim thy glory…”
Imagine the amount of time required to typeset something like this!
Do you take pictures of your choir? Photographs can serve as nice reminders of wonderful experiences.
“…and without parables He did not speak to them; that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying, I will open my mouth in parables, I will utter things hidden from the foundation of the world.”
Bach’s music inhabits “a still and serious world…without color, without light, without motion” from which we cannot break away.
Excerpt from a documentary on “St. Thomas More” (Paul Scofield) which in 1966 won six Oscars at the Academy Awards.
This piece is perfect for “stealthily” adding polyphony to the Ordinary Form.
It’s an incredibly refreshing and dare I say beautiful movement within the Church today…