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.
I am deeply grateful to faith-filled choral singers because of their willingness to understand these 10 things
The centrality of Christ in the Funeral Mass is a priceless gem, a lifeline urgently needed in grief.
What makes this work unique is its perspective: written entirely from the point of view of the Samaritan woman.
“Every pastor and music director has a serious responsibility to read and become familiar with the ‘Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy…” —Archbishop Sample
It’s never just about the music. It’s about formation and transformation.
As the “Mother Church” of the Archdiocese of Boston, the Cathedral of the Holy Cross has a side that is often unseen and overlooked.
Free download of The Announcement of Easter and the Moveable Feasts for 2019
There is no shortage of challenge in pastoral ministry. This is an understatement of a lifetime!
Mark Dwyer • Concert to Benefit the E. & G. G. Hook & Hastings (1875) Organ at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross
Mark Dwyer shines the light on two glorious pipe organs all in one glorious concert.
Free Download of two sets of accompaniments for chants of the new Misal Romano, Tercera Edición.
“I hope my poem also speaks to the role of the church in our society.” — E. Ethelbert Miller
Trumpeter, Richard Kelley’s lyricism can be compared to that of an oboe or clarinet. His soul and humanity pours forth in his playing.
When you sing in a choir, know that you will impact people’s lives in ways you cannot imagine and likely in ways you will never know.
Catholic TV focuses on the indispensable role of the pipe organ with Janet Hunt.
Who doesn’t like to talk about Gregorian Chant?
A new collection of organ works based on familiar and beloved plainchants
As both performer and teacher, James David Christie models excellence and beauty.