A Live recording of early Renaissance music from the Far East!
Not only priests, church musicians are also called to be good shepherds after the example of Christ.
Why is the pipe organ to be held in high esteem?
Register before August 20 to participate in the 2nd Macau International Choir Festival
What can a musician learn from the last words of our crucified King?
An interesting project to reconstruct a 16th century Mass as Henry VIII would have heard it.
A very cool promotion video of the Schola Cantorum of the London Oratory School
Financial support is necessary for building a successful parish music program.
Keep God as the center of the choir and direct our music towards Him.
Fr. Áureo Castro’s setting alternates the chant melody and the choral parts.
A simple setting of “Dominus Dixit ad Me” by Fr. Áureo Castro.
Early Registration is still available for Winter Sacred Music 2017 (Birmingham, AL).
The CDF released a Instruction on Christian Burial and Cremation yesterday.
Check out this newest feature on the restored organ in the Chapel of King’s College!
St. Francis of Assisi is not a “liturgical hippie.” He is a lover of the Roman liturgy and might have sung polyphony…
True Sacred Music brings hope and joy to those suffering.
Giving Gregorian Chant the “pride of place” is more than just singing the Propers.
Macau is the first Roman Catholic diocese in East Asia.
Welsh composer, Paul Mealor, talks about the importance of choral music.
I will be studying at St. Joseph Seminary in the historical Diocese of Macau, China.