Monday, August 20, 2007


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Today we're going to talk about why silence in church is a good thing - and why idle chat in church is a bad thing.

Feasts for the week:
St. Bernard; St. Pius X;St. Jane Frances de Chantal;
The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary; Immaculate Heart of Mary;
St. Rose of Lima; St. Philip Benizi; St. Bartholomew; St. Joseph Calasanz;
St. Louis, King of France. For more information, see the New Advent Website.

Christus Vincit Semi-live with the Bitmap: The soft-voiced man discusses and plays music for Assumption and the Twentieth Sunday of Ordinary Time.

Magnificat (Croatian antiphon, with verses sung to Psalm Tone 7); Immaculate Mary (tune: Lourdes Hymn)
There's a Wideness in God's Mercy (tune: In Babilone); Ave Maria (Schubert), sung by Julia Anthon
Hail, Holy Queen Enthroned Above (tune: Salve Regina Caelitum) - two renditions: a) as sung by the choir and congregation of Holy Ghost Church at an English (Ordinary Form) Mass there; and b) as sung by the choir and congregation of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Camden, NJ, at a Solemn High Mass (Extraordinary Form) for Mater Ecclesiae Parish.

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Shamus' Adventures in Classical Latin: courtesy of Faith of the Grannies. Shamus thrashes Salve Regina.
Additional Link: The New Liturgical Movement

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