Recent Article from Father's Corner
The Beauty of Gregorian Chant in the Liturgy01-28-2018Fr. Will Schmid
This article is in continuation of a series giving a brief overview of the reform of the liturgy and sacred music...
One of the interesting details found in every Church document pertaining to Sacred Music is the emphasis on the significance and importance of Gregorian Chant. It is universally recognized as the music that belongs in a Roman Catholic Church. This is especially true with the Second Vatican Council’s document on the Liturgy (Sacrosanctum Concilium) and its implementation document for Sacred Music (Musicam Sacram). The following are some specific references to Gregorian Chant made by these documents:READ MORE
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