This treatise (324 pages) is a “must read” for anyone who cares about liturgical music in the Catholic Church.
Saint John Mary Vianney (d. 1859) is one of my favorite saints. Our readers will want to download this gorgeous stained glass window which depicts Father Vianney, the holy Curé d’Ars.
People often complain: “Catholic priests won’t pay a living wage for choir directors, yet gladly pay millions to purchase a pipe organ.”
“The Sacred Music Symposium was a vehicle of grace that changed my life.” —2019 Participant
We paid to have this extremely rare book scanned professionally.
The truth is stranger than fiction.
There must have been a need for such a booklet, otherwise he would not have gone to the trouble of creating it!
The internet is putting good people in touch with one another.
“Work hasn’t even begun on the next Lectionary, and there’s nothing definite about 2028 as a date.” — Father Andrew V. Menke, director of the USCCB liturgical committee
If memory serves, his exact words were: “Gee, I never thought about that before.” Astonishing!
In addition to this rare book by Max Springer (870 pages), I release the draft copy of a new Gregorian project (157 pages).
We strive to emphasize the positive on this blog, but I have to admit…
She said: “Jeff, you should record these harmonies with human voices, to illustrate what you mean.”
Dr. Peter Wagner, a famous musicologist, founded the “Gregorian Academy” in Freiburg (Switzerland).
Let us pray for the repose of the soul of Josef Ratzinger, who did so much good for the church.