Ever Ancient—Ever New: Implementing Musicam Sacram Today: Part II
Progressive solemnity, as put forth by the sacred music instruction, is a pastoral and practical tool that seeks to enable every parish—no matter its size, resources, capabilities or present pastoral realities—to begin singing the liturgy with integrity and to establish the sung liturgy universally as its normal form of celebration.
Ever Ancient—Ever New: Implementing Musicam Sacram Today
On March 5th, 2017 the universal Church will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Musicam Sacram, the post-conciliar Instruction on Music in the Liturgy issued by the Holy See in the Spring of 1967.
Different Gregorian Mass Settings
Q: Are the different Gregorian Mass settings—Lux et Origo (Mass I) at Easter, Orbis Factor (Mass XI) on Sundays and…
Kyrie Eleison and the Ordinary Form of the Mass
At the Penitential act, can settings of the Kyrie eleison from the past that have the Kyrie repeated three times, then the Christe three times, and then Kyrie three times be used in the Ordinary Form of the Mass? Could such be composed today?
The Hymns the Church Calls Her Own – And the Coming Opportunity to Truly Make Them Our Own
The place of hymnody in Catholic liturgy has been both an area of great interest and also of much confusion…