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Missa Cantata (High Mass) at Holy Redeemer this Sunday

Just a brief note: after quite a while with no music at the 7am Mass, we’ve got the Schola Cantorum in gear again. Though we’re definitely still learning to sing together perfectly, this Sunday October 6th the 7am Traditional Latin Mass at Holy Redeemer Church will be a sung Mass with Gregorian Chant. Young Ben… (read more)

Towards a sacred continuity

On Wednesday, at the annual meeting of the Tridentine Mass Society of Madison, I was elected to the organization’s board, together with youthful local blogger Ben Yanke, who just secured an internship with New Liturgical Movement blog, and Father John Zuhlsdorf, who is TMSM president, having been nominated for such by Bishop Morlino. Ben pointed… (read more)

Gaudete

Gaudéte in Dómino semper: íterum díco, gaudéte: modéstia véstra nóta sit ómnibus homínibus: Dóminus prope est. Nihil sollíciti sítis: sed in ómni oratióne petitiónes véstrae innotéscant apud Déum. (introit for Gaudete Sunday: “Rejoice in the Lord always…”) The photo is the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar before Confiteor at the start of High… (read more)

Holy Redeemer Schola Director Larry Stich: Gregorian Chant Illuminates the Words of the Liturgy

Lawrence Stich, the director of the Holy Redeemer Schola Cantorum, kindly granted me an email interview–a first for my blog, and I hope to do some more interviews. The Schola sings Greogrian chant about twice a month for our 7am Sunday Traditional Latin Mass, including this Sunday, Nov 25th. They welcome new members, and no… (read more)

Ode to the Latin Novus Ordo

I want to recommend that the sung Latin Novus Ordo Mass celebrated the first Tuesday of each month at the Bishop O’Connor Pastoral Center is very beautiful (I think there is also a sung English Mass the third Tuesday). I had an opportunity to attend this Mass this week. Monsignor Delbert Schmelzer celebrated. Aristotle Esguerra… (read more)

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