A gift from The Catholic Sacred Music Project and the Benedict XVI Institute
Simple Steps To Improve Parish Music
How we all respond to mistakes can have a huge effect on the cohesiveness and sound of our choirs.
We choir directors can’t eliminate mistakes entirely. But here’s what we can do to minimize them.
An introduction to the English chants of Holy Week for clergy
Here are some audio samples from recent Masses, along with explanations of what I was thinking for each improvisation.
Offered by the Saint Gregory Institute of Sacred Music in Pittsburgh, PA
A website exists to disseminate Fr. Samuel Weber’s sacred music resources
Two course offerings from the St. Cecilia Academy for Pastoral Musicians
I was renewed in spirit for a future filled with hope for liturgical music.
“Gregorian Chant in Pastoral Ministry and Religious Education” — March 10 & 11, 2017
If you had the opportunity to add more festive music to selected feasts in the liturgical year, to which would you give preference?
The program seeks to broaden the knowledge of already well trained musicians so that they can become well trained liturgical musicians.
Exciting New Collection of Simple English Propers!
Another Look at Fr. Weber’s “The Proper of the Mass”
The Next Big Thing Is Here
“The manifold possibilities of the organ remind us of the immensity and the magnificence of God.” (Pope Benedict XVI)
“Adventus Dona” in the Diocese of San Diego
Tell People What They Need to Hear
You will not make progress at your parish unless you understand Pope Benedict’s “Unbelievably Big Kite” theory.
Simple steps to start moving from the “average” Catholic music program to a more reverent liturgy.