The polyphonic imitative style of the Renaissance is a refection of the rational mind and the music of heaven.
The polyphonic imitative style of the Renaissance is a reflection of the rational mind and the music of heaven.
“At the crowing of the cock, hope returns…”
How to make polyphony work for your Ordinary Form Choir.
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is…
How does a tiny Catholic community in a secularized country celebrate Mass with the Pope?
Guest article by the co-director of music for the English liturgies at WYD 2016.
These settings were written to be easily played by pianists and organists of an intermediate skill level.
Twelve Criteria to Help Explain Yourself
Praising our Extraordinary God in the Ordinary Form
A guest article by Dr. Virginia A. Schubert.
A guest article by Mr. Michael Chan, who lives in Hong Kong.
Are you an entrepreneur?
A guest article by Fr. Valentine Young, OFM
Daniel Craig’s review with a “signs of the times” digression.
Including an update on wonderful things happening for Sacred Music in Colorado!
…including recent documentation from the Bishops’ Committee on the Liturgy (USCCB).
“The more closely a composition approaches the Gregorian melodic form, the more sacred it becomes.”
“Dom Beauduin realised that the singing of psalms and the reading of the Scriptures in divine worship is the greatest bond between Catholics and Protestants.” —Fr. Mark Woodruff
“After six months and 70+ letters, I received a letter from the chairman of Bishops’ Committee on the Liturgy.” —Dan Craig