Some brief comments on Pope Francis’ address to the participants of a congress on liturgical music.
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When I’m away from the abbey and off campus, I find that singing at daily Mass typically involves one or two hymns – probably about two stanzas of each – but everything else is recited.
I wonder why the name changed from “Mass to St. Charles” to “Community Mass.”
The bride was in tears at the performance and commented afterwards “We had the best day ever and absolutely everybody said that the church was their favorite part of the day.”
“Sacred song is one of the most social aspects of religious practice. But it is also an intimate embodied experience.”
World Library Publications has announced that they will participate in the newly-structured One License, a music licensing program owned by GIA Publications and Oregon Catholic Press.
It’s the most integrated program in the U.S. – music plus liturgy plus real-world ministry, and the only Catholic masters program in music accredited by the Association of Theological Schools. Auditions March 26-27.
The highest award of Saint John’s Abbey and University will be given to the Minnesota composers this coming June.
She was one of the three secretaries of Père Joseph Gelineau, SJ, becoming his PA for many years and also accompanying him on many foreign trips as his interpreter.
It’s the most integrated program in the U.S. – music plus liturgy plus real-world ministry. We are the only Catholic masters program in music accredited by the Association of Theological Schools.