Dates for the next Sacra Liturgia conference have just been announced.
Archives for January 2018
Cardinal Zen explaining the current situation of the Church in China.
Grown up people are not strong enough to exult in monotony.
…including rehearsal videos for each individual voice!
A New Dominican CD
A video to supplement our local choir practices – a quick run through Missa Orbis Factor (also known as Mass XI) – the Gregorian Mass setting for Sundays during the year.
“The groans of death surround me, the sorrows of hell encompassed me…”
Register now!!! Free online seminar on Gregorian Chant Conducting with Dr. Jennifer Donelson
The English translation memorized by “Latin Mass” Catholics goes back centuries!
One day, God willing, when He calls you into the New and Eternal Jerusalem, you will discover the eternal consequences of the offering of your widow’s mite.
“Dom Pothier himself acted as an illustrator, decorating his work with vignettes, illuminated capitals, tailpieces, even full-page illustrations representing the mysteries of the Annunciation and Christmas.”
Three new choral works featured during this celebration on 13 October 2017.
“Many choirs of children still use hymnals that are wretched from a musical and ecclesiastical standpoint…” —Fr. Ludwig Bonvin
Chant-based works for Lent
“…and behold a leper came and adored Him, saying, Lord, if Thou wilt Thou canst make me clean.”
The interviews with young Catholics are truly awesome.
Whether a Gothic cathedral in France, a rural Norman church in England or a Californian mission church, each one in its own way has the power to lift our eyes in contemplation of the New and Eternal Jerusalem.
…and a marvelous surprise about who’s coming…
A Thought from G.K. Chesterton
Carmelite Friars teaching full time, Carmelite Spirituality, Euclid Geometry, Latin beginning in the second grade…