by Xavier Rindfleisch
Archive for October 27th, 2010
A regular Pray Tell reader writes that he very much likes the work of Xavier Rindfleisch, and he is glad to hear that there will be more.
The incessant pounding of construction has finally come to a close at St Thomas More and at the vigil Mass Saturday evening our bishop dedicated, blessed, or consecrated quite an array of buildings: a 29,000 square foot parish center that includes a social hall and professional kitchen, a parish library, the St Lawrence fireplace, adult [...]
If the Revised Grail Psalms are the preferred version for use at liturgy, then why not use them for those antiphons that are from psalms?
There is a different “sound” to the new setting, which perhaps owes something to my love of chant, traditional hymnody and authentic folk music, and nothing at all to the St. Louis Jesuits and all the other dumbed-down, sentimental bubble-gum music which has been shoved down our throats for the last few decades in the Catholic Church.