“Here is offered choral music recommendations for all Sundays and major liturgical occasions of the church year, including selected Ritual Masses. The repertoire is submitted by CRCCM members and is offered to all musicians of liturgical churches throughout the world.”
“In the psalms and hymns used in your prayers to God, let that be pondered in the heart which is uttered by the voice; chant nothing but what you find prescribed to be chanted; whatever is not so prescribed is not to be chanted.”
On some finer details of the project that, as far as I’m aware, have not been definitively settled…
The exciting re-translation project for the Liturgy of the Hours continues! This article will get you up to speed.
Dear reader, it is up to you to ensure that the theological content of the music at your parish is faithful to the unchanging teachings of the holy Catholic Church.
For most Novus Ordo-going Catholics, myself included, the Octave of Pentecost is no longer officially part of the Church’s liturgical calendar, but here are five fitting ideas for extending the joy of Pentecost throughout the week.
If an hour at the keyboard is an hour well-spent, how much more an hour of silent prayer before Our Lord present in the Most Blessed Sacrament? If fifteen minutes of score study is a productive use of my time, how much more a daily rosary for the intentions of my family and friends?
Comprised of men and women who share a fervent devotion to the music itself, The Saint Hildegard Project strives to teach with integrity and perform with excellence for the edification of souls and the glory of God.
“He that is the Word of the Most High God deigns to take a body unto himself; he assumes our flesh.”
Here are five pro-level tips that can help your amateur choirs to both sound more unified and feel more confident.
The Church rightly promotes Marian devotion during the months of May and October, but here are five tips for making your music program more Marian now.
Short biographical sketches of men and women who were church musicians themselves and who can empathize with the joys and struggles of our profession.
This year, the priest at my parish will be offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass ad orientem on Fridays during Lent. I wrote the following “explainer” to help my parishioners understand what’s going on and why.
I had the honor of presenting this material to my parishioners at St. Thérèse Little Flower Catholic Church last week.
St. Thérèse is loved by so many, yet devotional songs to her seem to be few and far between. I hope that this article will serve as a useful starting point for anyone searching for such music…