Missa Solemnis to be offered at St. John Paul II Shrine in Washington, DC
Pope Saint John Paul II
This vision of the Church’s relationship with Latin is quite different from the perspective held by many post-conciliar liturgists.
Having invited reader input the other day, I offer now my own opinion.
See today’s Collect: Saint John Paul II leads us to Christ.
Saint John Paul calls artists to a great responsibility–but also gives a warning.
Are we bringing forth treasures? Are we cultivating these treasures or do we leave them in the back of the storeroom?
As Gregorian Chant was arguably “dead” during much of his pontificate, Pope Saint John Paul II’s strong words on Gregorian Chant are therefore quite notable.
On air discussion with Dr. Jennifer Pascual, Director of Music at St. Patrick’s Cathedral – the youth-propelled chant movement, the new economic model of publishing, and how these are reshaping the liturgical landscape…and broadcast of the “Mass in Honor of Pope Saint John Paul II”.
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Unmasking the Media’s Mythical Divide Between Popes