Corpus Christi Watershed has provided rehearsal videos to assist choir members who do not read music well.
The Vatican’s choir sounds beautiful these days—no longer is it “the scandal of Christendom.”
Is it “traditional” to receive Holy Communion on Good Friday?
I know of no author who has attempted to reconcile, explain, or justify the (obviously contradictory) “schizophrenia flaw.”
I never shared this before because pride and perfectionism held me back.
Including a remarkable musical setting by Father Adrian Fortescue (d. 1923).
The small efforts we make become the mustard seed that transforms a life forever. The seed you plant may convert one soul or many.
Certainly the only “Eucharistic” hymn to Saint Joseph I know!
For this coming Sunday (Passion Sunday), there’s only one “MMV” singers must observe—and I placed a little arrow above it.
When Father Fortescue was diagnosed with cancer, he was seen to kiss devoutly the Altar on which he had so frequently celebrated Mass before going to the hospital to die.
We already released Part 2; today we release Part 1.
Fulton J. Sheen reminded us: “Many a pontiff goes through life without making a single infallible decision … not one.”
Mr. Currie complained about hymn lyrics that “unduly emphasize the human nature of the Savior.”
Sometimes what goes without saying must be said.
Today Dr. Calabrese talks about James MacMillan’s “Seven Last Words From The Cross.”
Finding the “perfect” accompaniment for hymns can be challenging. Here’s my attempt.
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The conscientious choirmaster takes people where they are and then—carefully and prudently—leads them to something higher.
I could not function as a choirmaster without this collection.
I believe many choir members will stop coming back if the music is always the same.