Including newly typeset Gregorian chant in your booklets has never been easier.
The staples in my bag for teaching Gregorian chant to an informal group of homeschoolers.
Putting books and booklets together by cut and paste.
It may seem like a very inefficient way to pass on the faith. Even having children close together that’s only about one new proselyte each year. Plus ongoing commitment for a good 18 years for each one. Surely in a digital age we can find the killer app to do this much more effectively!
Maybe music is not the instant solution, but definitely a help.
Chosen and edited by Henry Duke of Norfolk and Charles T. Gatty, with Inroductory letter from Pope Leo XIII., Preface, etc. Complete in one volume (553 pages), price 6s. net.
Appealing to specific age groups weakens a parish.
There is no such thing as a perfect hymnbook or missal.
The liturgy there is beautiful. Sunday Mass usually begins with a rousing organ prelude. Then the priest intones the Asperges . . .
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