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Daily Archives: 27 August 2007
The particular directives for the Liturgy of the Word are brief: 21. The liturgy of the word is celebrated according to the rubrics. There may be three readings, the first of them from the Old Testament. … Continue reading
Jeffrey Tucker at NLM has compiled his list of fifty “essential” Catholic hymns. Plainsong all, naturally. On the plus side, we have a list of music designed and intended for congregational singing. It’s good to see the reform2 crew attentive … Continue reading
For those who think plucked strings are a liturgical abomination, check out A(ustralian)BC Classic FM’s weekly sacred music program. The August 26th edition features some fine musicianship on lute and harp.