We received this evaluation of Symposium 2022 from an Alabama participant: “Oh, how the Symposium echoed the words of Cardinal Merry Del Val: …choosing only what is most conformed to Thy glory, which is my final aim. In one short and fast paced week, the faculty and attendees showed me the hand of God and […]
Archives for June 2022
I’ve been encouraged to launch a new series!
“I attended Symposium this year, and was absolutely blown away.”
More than eighty photographs give you a “glimpse” of a week dedicated to restoring authentic Catholic music.
Dom Mocquereau, prior to becoming a monk, was a soldier in the Franco-Prussian War.
“Your faculty may never know the depth of how you affected each person there. For my part, I am forever changed…” — Symposium Participant (Texas)
“My God, my Father, and my All, I am ready and willing to accept from Thy hands this day…”
Enjoy this tiny “reward” for your phenomenal response to our fundraiser.
I am bewildered.
Don’t miss the first Mass of an FSSP priest on the feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
This melody won’t leave your head—it keeps playing “on repeat.”
Feel free to download this Organ Accompaniment Booklet for Trinity Sunday (Second Vespers). Notice how the modes progress by number. Psalm 1 is mode 1; Psalm 2 is mode 2; Psalm 3 is mode 3; Psalm 4 is mode 4; Psalm 5 is mode 5. I am told by an expert that other feasts (such […]
In the days before Vatican II, dioceses had their own special feast days.
I continue to search for the most beautiful way to present the “pure” Editio Vaticana scores. (Technically, the “pure” rhythm of the official edition is what everyone is supposed to use.) You can download my latest attempt, which is the Introit for this coming Sunday: Feast of the Most Holy Trinity. Because this is not […]
As singers performed this Kevin Allen piece, they wept—but crying is bad for singing technique!