A website exists to disseminate Fr. Samuel Weber’s sacred music resources
Archives for March 2019
A first step to planting the timeless prayer of the Universal Church in your home. Plus a four part setting of the prayer just because.
“Recently, playing a prelude before a Mass, I thought of the preeminence of beauty in our faith.” —Dr. Hamilton
A special celebration of the Annunciation 2019
The USCCB has provided freely downloadable versions of the musical settings of these newly translated texts.
One of those fantastic diagrams of the structure of the Mass, expostulated in under 9 minutes.
The centrality of Christ in the Funeral Mass is a priceless gem, a lifeline urgently needed in grief.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with one of the smartest Catholic priests alive.
A fifth-century hymn preserved in an eleventh-century manuscript
Excerpts from the life of Fr Gereon Goldmann – bombs, concentration camps, espionage and Gregorian chant.
“To contrast Ancient Sarum with Modern Roman is absurd.” —Fr. Adrian Fortescue (1912)
Have you ever seen a liturgical “instrument” like this?
Dedicated to exploring the teaching and vision of the Church on the topic of liturgical music
In which Veronica describes some unexpected benefits of taking up music lessons.
“The New Mass” • Discussed by Michael Davies, Malachi Martin, Msgr. Champlin, and William F. Buckley
Fascinating debate recorded 22 April 1980.
Read these entries—and then tell me your head isn’t spinning!
Today marks the feast of Mother Katharine Drexel, whom the Holy Father challenged to become a missionary.
Two hymns with the same opening line, but very different content. A mystery rewrite symptomatic of an avoidance of personal contrition.