Help us spread the word, especially to those young people whom you know who show a passion not only for liturgical music, but also for their faith and vocation. There is still time for youth and adult participants to apply, but not much – the hope is that all applications and materials be postmarked by May 15th.
Archive for category Conferences / Workshops / Meetings
What is your liturgical experience of hymns and antiphons?
The topic this year was the future of liturgical studies and the mission of CAL.
A report on the recent sacred music conference, “James MacMillan and the Musical Modes of Mary and the Cross,” held at the University of Notre Dame.
Presented by Sacred Music at Notre Dame and the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, a festival conference for “debate around the issues of composing and performing sacred music today,” at the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN.
“Just stick with et cum spiritu tuo.“
NPM is reeeally big, and it sure is exciting to be with over 2,000 musicians for a week of not just great music in every style under the sun, but seriously reflection on ministry, discipleship, living the Gospel.
There is great excitment about the future (and present!) of congregational song,
by Jack Rakosky
African-American Catholics are more engaged in their parishes than are white Catholics.
Paul Ford here, not feeling very confident about how to make extensive replies to many but not all of the replies thus far to “The CMAA Colloquium—a report.”