I must apologize for the lack of posting on this my blog. I will spare you the details of what has been occupying my time (beyond my parochial pastoral duties) and making it difficult to find the time to write in this space. However, here is a recording of the Schola Cantorum’s contribution for the sung Mass on December 8th, 2010, 7:30 PM at Saint Jude’s Church, as well as the rather robust renditions of the ordinary of the Mass. Fr Tom Nickelson was the celebrant.
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