“[T]o translate the Latin text and retain the Latin tone or notes has my sanction, though it doesn’t sound polished or well done….”
Archive for September, 2010
Here is an interesting exchange on the Vatican II liturgical reforms between Fr. Matias Auge CMF and then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger.
They’re serious about Gregorian chant in Texas. Eight Saturday mornings, starting this coming Saturday, October 2nd
Richard Proulx will air nationally in a two-part series of “With Heart and Voice.”
Grand Rapids Press reports that worship attendance is down at the Sunday evening service among the Christian Reformed.
Plans for a gathering of the entire Orthodox family have never been closer to realization.
It’s now official: no pointing of orations in the new English missal.
A liturgy blog received a question from a seminarian.
President Obama always carries a picture of Mary Help of Christians in his wallet.
Congregate us, the rich and the boastful,
Congregate us who are the stiffnecked,
Give unto us a humble and meek heart
That boldly we may enter the song.