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.
The Instruction Musicam Sacram After Fifty Years: Rediscovering the Principles of Sacred Music
“We must sing the liturgy, rejoicing in the treasury of sacred music …, most especially … Gregorian chant. We must sing sacred liturgical music not merely religious music, or worse, profane songs.”
The Adoremus Hymnal
The second edition of The Adoremus Hymnal was published in 2011 to incorporate the new English translation of the Mass….
Pope John Paul II: On Tra Le Sollecitudini
CHIROGRAPH OF THE SUPREME PONTIFF JOHN PAUL II FOR THE CENTENARY OF THE MOTU PROPRIO TRA LE SOLLECITUDINI ON SACRED…