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Daily Archives: 9 March 2022
Continuing in this post with a review of GIA’s newest edition of the Gather hymnal. Complete Mass settings were reviewed here. The hymnal also includes fragments of Mass settings and single acclamations. One of the shifts in contemporary church music … Continue reading
The US Bishops published Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us in 1999. With paragraph 97, they begin a discussion on Concrete Approaches to adult faith formation that will take us through paragraph 112 and the end of Part III. Remember, this … Continue reading