Then he saith to his servants, “The marriage indeed is ready, but they that were invited were not worthy.”
Archives for September 2018
Saint John Fisher (d. 1535) tutored King Henry VIII when he was a boy—but Henry VIII eventually murdered him and placed his head on a stake.
“Hymns that are directed to the Trinity should not be used, no matter how familiar they may be.”
An Annual Tradition at the Philadelphia Carmel
“I hope my poem also speaks to the role of the church in our society.” — E. Ethelbert Miller
“O God, Who, through the august communication of this sacrifice, dost make us partakers of the one supreme divinity…”
Robert Campbell is an excellent translator of the Breviary—but even the best steal.
A fascinating radio address by Msgr. Knox covering topics related to the Incarnation.
What makes for a good responsorial psalm setting? Is it mere singability, a catchy tune, or something more?
Trumpeter, Richard Kelley’s lyricism can be compared to that of an oboe or clarinet. His soul and humanity pours forth in his playing.
Healey Willan has a special interest in plainchant!
Young people today aren’t yearning for the ancient expressions of the Church’s liturgical life merely due to a distorted view of a supposedly golden former age…
“We implore Thy majesty, O Lord, that the holy mysteries we are celebrating may free us of past and save us from future sins.”
“Gentlemen of the congregation—you are the priests of the domestic church.” —Fr. Christopher Smith
The Bells, Gloria, and Organ all return at once.