Our souls are hurting and in crisis. I have no words.
From what I can tell, the website has been around since 2012.
Part 3 of a webinar series hosted by the Society for Catholic Liturgy
I will release five (5) Mass settings which come off well with a single cantor & organist; today is the 2nd installment.
Can you hear the difference between females and males?
Yes, children as young as seven or eight will focus and listen as you’re teaching them solfege scales, rhythm patterns, beautiful Latin vowels, and more!
Some recommendations from the CDC fit quite naturally with Catholic liturgical sensibilities.
You will hear, as the service progresses, how unisons become more and more refined and how subtlety finds its way into the psalmody.
A homeschooling mother teaches a hymn and a chant to her children, in the hopes that they “stick” in their hearts forevermore. The hymn is “O Sacred Heart” and the chant is “Ave Verum Corpus”.
Lorin Maazel was conducting major orchestras at the tender age of eight.
The CMAA will offer a virtual version of its annual, week-long workshop.
Over the next few weeks, I will release five (5) different Mass settings which can be sung with a single cantor & organist.
In the Ordinary Form, the “Our Father” is sung by all present.
Part 2 of a webinar series hosted by the Society for Catholic Liturgy
At St. Stephen the First Martyr Church in Sacramento, the road to the choir loft begins at age four and is paved with furry puppets.
Herbert’s poem praises the Trinity both by its text and through its form.
Covid-19 has forced many parishes to remove all hymnals from their pews: A perfect opportunity for change!
These kids just can’t be stopped—including two amazing surprises.
Potiron, Ostrowski, Bragers, Marier, Desrocquettes, Murray, and more!
A webinar series exploring the liturgical, theological, and pastoral implications of this pandemic.