Opportunities to be immersed in Latin are still available this spring.
This is one of the earliest Christian manuscripts to be illuminated with (the oxymoronic) “large miniatures.”
Alongside many familiar faces, several new presenters are joining the faculty this year.
CUA is pleased to announce that this week-long intensive course will be offered in person this summer.
Processing is one way in which we express who we are as wayfarers en route to heaven.
Three virtual lectures have just been announced by the SCL.
An introduction to the English chants of Holy Week for clergy
Like so many of the inaudible prayers of the Mass, this short statement is rich in significance.
Bishops have broad freedom to determine what adaptations may be necessary in 2021.
“Benedictus: The Traditional Catholic Companion” is an initiative of Sophia Institute Press.
Facilitating the chanting of the seven prefaces permitted by “Quo magis”
The theme for this virtual conference will be “Church and Music: Texts and Contexts”
WWII Chaplain recognized for his heroic ministry after the sinking of the USS Indianapolis
Reflections on the communion chant for the Second Sunday after Epiphany
Thoughts from Bishop Larry Silva of Honolulu
The communion chant for the Second Sunday of Advent, together with the introit and offertory, invite us to reflect on the Holy City, Jerusalem.
An unusual genre of ambo architecture
Thoughts on Death from Emily Dickinson
Celebrating the dedication of St. Peter’s Basilica and St. Paul Outside the Walls