When you read through the translation, you’ll agree this could certainly be sung during Sunday Masses in Advent…
Pope Francis dropped a bombshell – but around the world many Bishops continue to be faithful keepers of Tradition.
There is a great need for simple polyphonic pieces arranged for 2 voice and 3 voices.
Leading music for the Extraordinary Form—Part 3 of a series by Andrea Leal.
Can you say “yes” to these seven questions?
Practical advice for how to start a Traditional Latin Mass in your city.
Covid-friendly hymns for the Feast of the Holy Name.
I stand behind it to the extent that I have even volunteered to record several practice recordings, for which I have never received—nor will I ever receive—a single cent.
This is perhaps the single most significant liturgical document CCWatershed has ever unearthed—and translated to English! • Explains the origin of “Gradual Antiphons” vs. “Missal Antiphons” (a.k.a. “Sacramentary Antiphons”)+
“Sanctitatis Nova Signa” is Gregorian Chant for the feast of Saint Francis of Assisi (October 4th).
I find it interesting that the “Order of the Mass without a congregation” also tells the priest when he should face the Altar and when he not should face the Altar.
(Be patient while it loads) —Easy to use, fully complete; what more could you ask?
These kids just can’t be stopped—including two amazing surprises.
Does your chanting need a simple tune-up or a whole engine rebuild? Let’s take a look under the hood.
The Sacred Music Symposium is bearing fruits none of its organizers—myself included—could have imagined. Laus Deo!
These difficult times call for an extra measure of humility, patience and trust.
On spiritual dryness and the loss of the sacraments.
To repeat or not to repeat: that is the question!
The fruits of attending the Symposium will extend throughout the generations.
I could feel that this Glory was immense, and mysterious, and real. But I could not quite grasp what that meant for me or what I should even do about it.