Including a live recording (without organ) of “Alleluia, Sing To Jesus” by a volunteer choir.
Father Valentine used to say: “The cemeteries are full of people who thought they were indispensable.”
After more than a year of Vespers having been forbidden (due to Covid-19) we’re back!
Olbash holds the distinction of being the Director of Music of two seminaries: Saint John’s Seminary, Boston, and Pope Saint John XXIII National Seminary in Weston, Massachusetts.
Unfortunately, this virtue often seems to be lacking in people who have high positions of authority.
The following is what I will use to accompany the congregation tomorrow.
Starting pitches are included!
Brave choir director posts *live* recording by a volunteer choir!
Will the true defenders of Vatican II please stand up?
Pope Francis dropped a bombshell – but around the world many Bishops continue to be faithful keepers of Tradition.
Locations which celebrate the Traditional Latin Mass tend to be the marginalized groups, given “leftovers” that nobody else wants.
Tired of dense theological issues and historical comparisons about the new Motu Proprio? Take a little time out to read some simpler reflections on the Latin Mass.
Now is certainly not the time for sensationalist language. However…
“Deliver us, Lord, from every evil: past, present, and to come.”
Here’s how to get the most out of this fantastic new resource for interpreting chant rhythm.
“Truly Perplexing” • Pope Francis’ Motu Proprio
“We are today not another Church as 500 years ago; it’s always the same Church.” —Cardinal Ratzinger on EWTN
People are talking about “liturgy wars” again…
“Serve God in that charity and love which cast out fear; such love does not regard merit.” —Saint Bernard
Forced abstinence from the Eucharist in 2020 heightened for many the appreciation of the sacraments that one can take for granted.