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Christ Descends into Hell – Sung Tenebrae

A blessed and happy Easter to all my readers! I know we are now in the joy of Easter, yet I would like to share some thoughts about Holy Saturday before the Easter Vigil in the Holy Night. “He descended … Continue reading

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Musical Guidelines for School Masses

Our Catholic school system is currently developing liturgical guidelines for school Masses.  Here is what I would suggest as guidelines for the use of music at these Masses. Musical Guidelines for School Masses

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Holy Saturday – Christ Descended into Hell – Tenebrae

A blessed and happy Easter to all my readers! I know we are now in the joy of Easter, yet I would like to share some thoughts about Holy Saturday before the Easter Vigil in the Holy Night. After the … Continue reading

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100 Years of Church Teaching on Gregorian Chant

In 2003, Pope John Paul II commemorated first centenary of the promulgation of Pope Saint Pius X’s motu proprio on sacred music, Tra le Sollecitudini. Below you will find excerpts on Gregorian chant from the major Vatican documents on sacred … Continue reading

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Schola Cantorum Sancti Judae sings for Vigil of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist

This evening the schola cantorum, with four of its members sang the propers for the Vigil Mass of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist at Saint Jude’s Church and Shrine, Renfrew Station, Vancouver.  We are in the process of forming ourselves so … Continue reading

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