Tag Archives: Sacred Music

The Liturgy Wars: An Analysis of Pope Francis’s Recent Address

The subject of Sacred Music has come up at least once during the reign of almost every pope in the last century.  Pope St. Pius X started with his motu proprio in 1903.  Pius XI, who doesn’t get as much … Continue reading

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The Liturgy Wars: Catholic Funerals

This is a very touchy subject for a lot of people; probably because most people involved in organizing and arranging funerals at a Catholic Church are fundamentally decent people.  Nobody wants to make anything harder on a grieving family.  They … Continue reading

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The Liturgy Wars: Some Good News

It doesn’t happen very often, but when it does, we need to PARTY! Yeah, go do that.  Because the Most Reverend John F. Doerfler, STD, JCL, Bishop of Marquette did something completely awesome. He just mandated Gregorian Chant in all … Continue reading

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