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For a long while I’ve been ruminating on the nature of the Liturgy, Scripture as found in the Mass Propers, the Golden Calf narrative (thanks to Ratzinger’s Spirit of the Liturgy), Good Friday tradition, and episcopal authority. Here are some semi-organized thoughts on the matter.
In the near future Corpus Christi Watershed will be releasing the round-note SATB edition of Modal Responsorial Psalms and Gospel Acclamations See a sneak peek of the settings for the Extended Pentecost Vigil here.
To effectively defend the use of the liturgical languages of the Latin Rite in the rite’s mostly vernacular Ordinary-Form expressions, we must look to the Cross.
Moving towards actually enacting what the Church asks in regard to the singing of the words of the Mass given the Year of Faith theme for our diocese. An example of how this can be pulled off with already-existing resources and a few dedicated individuals.
Just because devotional music isn’t meant for liturgy doesn’t mean that it’s bad per se. A deacon’s brief observations between devotional and liturgical music.
A bishop issues diocesan-wide directives on the role of music in the liturgy. A look at some of the more noteworthy instructions.
Aristotle has served since 2009 as music director of two churches . . .