Fr. Samuel Weber is undoubtedly one of the modern masters of setting English chant.
“Lex orandi, lex credendi” works both ways.
The practical end of formal approval.
In which I take unpopular stances about popular things.
Sometimes I wish people didn’t have so many opinions about the liturgy.
Beginning with Christmas, we celebrate a new era…
A few questions about obligation to attend Mass on the Immaculate Conception.
The importance of focusing on our own work.
Warm-ups and reverent liturgy.
The rest of the Wedding liturgy, and some miscellaneous advice.
Liturgy of the Word and the Rite of Marriage.
Finally getting through the Introductory Rites of the Nuptial Mass.
Some thoughts on the Introductory Rites for the Nuptial Mass.
A curmudgeonly introduction to a series on wedding advice.
Some free resources for Cantor, Choir, and Organ for furthering the liturgical reform in your parish.
What about NOT having congregational song during the Offertory?
Simple steps to start moving from the “average” Catholic music program to a more reverent liturgy.
People should always be valued more than systems, and so it was with this gathering.
We need to avoid profanity “not only in itself, but in the manner in which it is presented by those who execute it.”
A full set of free English settings of the Communion antiphons for cantor, organ, and congregation.
You have Publisher X’s resources in the pews, so isn’t it easier to plan the liturgy using their resources?
Why the EF seems to have all the good celebrants.
Give your choir some acknowledgement for all their hard work.
Following the tradition of singing a capella during the Easter Triduum, can lend it a solemnity that “punctuates the entire season.”
Free Passion Booklet for Palm Sunday.