The fourth installment—“Mass settings that work well, even with a single cantor + organist.”
Roman Missal Third Edition
Today comes the third setting. A total of five Masses will be released.
I will release five (5) Mass settings which come off well with a single cantor & organist; today is the 2nd installment.
Over the next few weeks, I will release five (5) different Mass settings which can be sung with a single cantor & organist.
A new undertaking of composer Paul Jernberg
Seizing the Moment to Sing a Truly New Song to the Lord
An eloquent liturgical text worthy of prayerful reflection
Celebrating Saints Peter & Paul
To Use or Not to Use?
The growing market for Mass propers is a sign of promise.
A Literary Approach in an Adoremus Bulletin Article
The Difference a Comma Makes
When reading certain publications, one gets the sense that every Catholic in the world is up-in-arms about the present translation.
It’s almost 5 years since the new translation came out, but some EF musicians still haven’t caught up. Here are some pointers for the musician who has been hiding under a musical rock for a decade.
Taking the Time to Ponder
Blessings of the New Translation of the Roman Missal, Third Typical Edition
Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth gives details on what ICEL is doing now that the Roman Missal project has been completed.
Yesterday evening—on his day off, after another Mass he’d offered—I observed an OF priest saying the 1962 Missal in his private chapel.
Finally getting through the Introductory Rites of the Nuptial Mass.
Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth will celebrate a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form this Friday evening in Philadelphia.