Setting a computer up to do something useful, bringing together a credit card sized computer and some midi samples.
The Roman Martyrology is a book of brief eulogies arranged for daily reading. Also great for expectant parents choosing names.
The big misunderstanding about mental prayer illuminated by two different hymns and what you can do about it.
It is solemnly made known, dearest brethren that, just as we through the bounteous mercy of God, have rejoiced in the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ, likewise should we proclaim the joy of the Resurrection of this same Saviour.
A young foundress who continues to sing with her congregations around the world and how this underlines the power of the liturgy.
A movie I have been meaning to see for years and now heartily endorse.
Setting up choir folders would have to rank 50XP and 30 gold pieces with a 50% chance of battling a carnivorous ring binder to gain a rare fragment of an illuminated manuscript.
Dies Irae – day of wrath and day of mourning. Our pets’ passing provided a poignant reminder of our mortality.
Listen to a young group drawing together many different styles of sacred music into new collection.
Watch for more about the first ever commercial recording from the Sistine Chapel.
The seven stanzas of amazingness by Blessed Cardinal Newman with three tunes to choose from.
Including a brief survey of tunes for Benediction hymns from a few of the hymnbooks on my bookshelf.
Sunday is not exactly a day of rest—I’m sure many people working in Sacred Music would heartily agree!
A little pop psychology for your weekend.
Something of a duet of the Communion Antiphon for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost—part of preparing for Mass
God is amazing. Families are amazing. God working in families is amazing.
A little counterpoint gem with ramblings on solfege.
Just a little each day. As Confucius says: “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”
The thing that stands out is the enormous breadth of the Church Universal. Through all times, all places, all languages this Mystical Body of Christ is alive and drawing men to God. What other religious tradition can even come close?
Starting off choir practice with a game or two. Then a prayer before choir practice.