The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship announced today that it will fund another 33 worship renewal projects for 2017-2018 as part of its Vital Worship Grants Program.
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I was asked by a student today, “I just don’t understand why we need to have organ repertoire. When would you ever use it?” I stared at the student, confounded, dumbfounded. And then I had an intense moment of Catholic soul-searching. How many Catholics would understand why you’d want to have organ repertoire—how many Catholics ever do hear actual repertoire in the course of a liturgical celebration?
Now in its sixth year, The Liturgical Music Institute offers musical, liturgical and pastoral formation to both new and experienced liturgical musicians.
Pilgrimage is a vital expression of popular piety. The premier French institute of higher study of liturgy just held a conference exploring this phenomenon of pilgrimage – as experience, as theology, as liturgy. Here is a report of what they discussed.
The North American Academy of Liturgy is meeting this week in Washington DC.
My vision in 5 words? “United by gifts and talents.” The National Association of Pastoral Musicians has a most gifted and talented membership, filled with wisdom and energy. It is the task of leadership to bring them all together for the good of the association.
Steve Petrunak has directed a very strong music program at St. Blase Parish in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
The Conference seeks to stimulate a deep reflection in musical, liturgical, theological and phenomenological terms, leaving aside sterile polemics.
One Song, Many Voices/Many Voices, One Song: Making It Work
The Mount Tabor Centre, a new mission of the Community of Jesus, invites you to join in celebration of the unity that continues to grow in the Church.