A website exists to disseminate Fr. Samuel Weber’s sacred music resources
Hymns Replacing Propers
An interview with the blog, “Seminarian Casual”
A new Adoremus article explores how best to overthrow the tyranny of “alius cantus congruus.”
The growing market for Mass propers is a sign of promise.
These might not constitute the most perfect way to assist at Mass, but they’re very nice (German) hymn tunes!
Taking Advantage of the Natural Beauty that Surrounds Us
“Peace, peace, peace on earth; peace to God’s people, all people on earth.”
Submissions Sought by the Conference of Roman Catholic Cathedral Musicians
Sacred Music Helped to Transform Tauron Arena Kraków into a House of Prayer
They will assume—and why shouldn’t they?—that “approved by the USCCB” applies to the hymns and songs…
Introducing a Five-Year Plan for the Future of Sacred Music in the Diocese of Marquette
Too many columnists focus endlessly on minutiae while leaving untouched a crucial issue.
Numerous articles have been written about Cardinal Sarah’s “foot washing” communique.
Is this “tacit” approval really “imaginary” approval?
Allowing Adolescents to Choose Their Faith & the Wide-Open Permissions of the GIRM
Where free choice can lead to chaos or paralysis.
When I was young, I would have tried to argue.
Another Look at Fr. Weber’s “The Proper of the Mass”
The Next Big Thing Is Here
Ehrlichman, Haldeman, Dean, Nixon, and others made tons of money writing and speaking about Watergate.
Are you confused yet? You ought to be!
It’s no secret. Anyone who’s been in Church music realizes what happens in 99% of Catholic parishes.
We should be more and more convinced that the Propers are “healthier” than alternative songs…
The wife of a Church musician weighs in…
This year one, a seminarian from our parish is being ordained. He requested that we sing the Propers for his first Mass.