There is an illusion of permanence in the Church. We are changing often and changing right now.
Best practices and a new antiphon project from the Archdiocese of Detroit
Our souls are hurting and in crisis. I have no words.
As churches are working towards reopening, it is also no small change for many to concede congregational singing and choirs of any size. So many musicians have already sacrificed so much, spiritually, artistically, and economically.
Fallout from the recent NATS/ACDA webinar: A Conversation: What Do Science and Data Say About the Near Term Future of Singing.
God ensures will blossom even harsh conditions.
People are hungrier than ever for the Gospel. This is a great blessing, and a turning point in our lives and ministries.
“Repetition” in the Age of Streaming Masses…
The list of concerns is endless. Today, we may be given the gift of an overabundance of silence, but perhaps its fruit will reverberate for years.
The marketing and commercialization of sacred music has had vastly mixed results, some positive, but some deleterious.
When we consider the redemptive power of the Mass, our eyes, hearts, and minds are opened wide!
Gregorian Chant and mighty pipe organs will be front and center at two concerts: Boston’s Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City.
Free download of The Announcement of Easter and the Moveable Feasts for 2020
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“…every bit of carpeting was removed and replaced with marble and stone…”
“Do not forget this: the liturgy is the first ‘teacher’ of catechism.” — Pope Francis
Saint Paul Choir School cordially invites you and your son to thier Open Houses and vocal auditions on the following dates:
This pipe organ will be heard as it has never been in our lifetimes.
Three priests — three pearls of wisdom
Traditional hymnody is often easier to sing: simpler melodically and rhythmically, and generally more substantive in theology.