The USCCB has provided freely downloadable versions of the musical settings of these newly translated texts.
USCCB Secretariat of Divine Worship
To be held 27–29 September 2018, the conference will focus on the legacy of Msgr. Romano Guardini.
Seven Observations on Liturgical Translation and the Recent Motu Proprio
How will the “confirmatio” and “regonitio” processes unfold in light of “Magnum principium”?
Catholics with disabilities have a right to participate in the sacraments as fully as other members of the local ecclesial community.
The release date has been set. What will be new in the new Rite of Marriage?
Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth gives details on what ICEL is doing now that the Roman Missal project has been completed.
A strong devotional life in the parish church will naturally support and strengthen its liturgical vitality.
New Rubrics for Use of the Gloria
Do the People “Minister” to their Priests?
Of Advent Wreathes & Christmas Crèches
Please note: It’s Fr. Michael J. Flynn … not Michael J. Fox! 🙂
If there is any one section of “Sing to the Lord: Music in Divine Worship” to become very familiar with, it is this one, and for rather intriguing reasons.