Support was key, but once Glenn had the necessary vision and support, the rest was a matter of putting one foot in front of the other.
Archives for October 2019
In case you’re wondering: the photo on the upper right is me—taken on Saturday night.
Archbishop Cordileone will offer Mass November 16, 2019 at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
In this riveting document, Archbishop Weakland forbids one’s child from attending a Low Mass—wicked beyond a doubt!
Mr. Andrew Hinkley has done something marvelous…again!
“Dazzlingly luscious” is probably best way to describe this Mass.
“…every bit of carpeting was removed and replaced with marble and stone…”
Fr. Nicholls points out that Saint Newman was an admirer of Beethoven at a time when Beethoven was still living.
I often wonder if some of the vitriol directed against the Church’s music is due to its less than stellar presentation.
Through the centuries, we observe a remarkable stability—in spite of variants, which will always exist.
We have completed part 1. When part 2 is finished, we’ll release that, as well.
“Do not forget this: the liturgy is the first ‘teacher’ of catechism.” — Pope Francis
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Pope Francis said (28 September 2019) that liturgical music must be Holy, Artistic, and Universal.
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These are things a choir director needs to think about as he plans to build a successful choral foundation at his own cathedral or parish.