A word and a request regarding the musical arrangements by Jon Naples on the Garnier Gospel Acclamations website.
“My father had no job and a daily passion for beer. The situation was hopeless for both him and his seven children. When I was 11 years old, Catholic Charities intervened. They split us up, and sent five of us kids to foster homes, and my older brother Mike and I to Boys Town.”
“It is true that the use of the ancient psalm tones for texts in English has been a matter of recent debate, some asserting that it is not possible to fit the cadences of the Gregorian tones . . .”
A guest article by Benjamin Bloomfield about a new Gregorian chant tool.
Incarnation Catholic Church in Tampa, has begun an initiative to build an E-Library dedicated to building a library of out-of-print books about the Traditional Latin Mass.
St. Benedict Catholic Church in Duluth, Minnesota, will be hosting a Solemn High Mass (traditional Latin Mass), celebrated by the parish pastor, Father Eric Hastings, for the Ascension on Thursday evening at 7 p.m.
“Professor László Dobzay, writing from a classic Latin Catholic perspective, has made constructive proposals for a re-integration and mutual perfection of the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Roman Rite.” — Fr. Woodruff
“Open your soul to truth and beauty this Summer. Expand your mind, build your repertoire of church music, and enter into Mass more profoundly than you may have thought possible.” — Ms. Nicole Dunn, Alberta (Canada)
A guest article by Mr. Gary Penkala.
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