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Daily Archives: 30 December 2019
The proclamation for this coming weekend (or, perhaps Monday) has popped up on a few sites I follow. A chant setting from PrayTell is here. Given the ubiquity of calendars in places from church vestibules to walls to phones, I … Continue reading
244. At the Synod, “many pointed to the shortage of qualified people devoted to accompaniment. Is this true? Parishes hire youth ministers in my experience. Of course, in places where I’ve been hired, if music and liturgy is a professional … Continue reading