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Which Senses Does Your Parish's Music Appeal To?

Many American Catholics assume that church music is inherently crappy. While I am by no means a music expert (and I might even be mistaken on some of the technical terms I use below) 910 more words


Select Chants for DHHT

Hello Beloved HT of Miền Trung (and any eavesdroppers)!

This DHHT XI, we get to go a bit old school and do Adoration with some Latin chants. 139 more words

Traditional Latin Mass

XVI: And In Your Head

And in your head I plant

A Gregorian chant

that, years from now,

will still be extant.


Just Because:) Discover Wednesdays

Hi, All!

I realized something…Monday, you start your week. Tuesday, you have memories of Sunday. Thursday, you look forward to Friday. Friday, you crane your whole body towards Saturday, and on Sunday, you rest. 555 more words

Just Because :)

Rumor Has It

Rumor has it that the ecclesiastical authority for this diocese has mandated a “revision of liturgical music more in keeping with the tradition of the Church and in line with the dictates set forth in Sacroscanctum Concilium, the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, promulgated by Vatican II”.  316 more words

El Ganso - Foncebadon - 13km

We unfortunately missed the Gregorian chant at Rabanal as we walked through at 10am and they only chant at the evening mass. Didn’t feel like sitting around all day. 221 more words

Camino De Santiago 2014

Music Monday: Cantori Gregoriani

With medieval chant established as a major mainstream force in the music industry, it’s easy to see two distinct trends among the genre’s performers: On one hand, the monastic choirs, who treat their material as a devotional, recording in liturgical venues (like the Benedictine Monks of Silos, who really got the ball rolling, back in 1994). 131 more words