Vatican City, Feb 4, 2021 / 06:05 am MT (CNA).- Pope Francis praised musicians on Thursday for showing “new creativity” despite severe restrictions imposed on their work by the coronavirus pandemic. In a Feb. 4 video message to participants in an online conference organized by the Pontifical Council for Culture,
Father Casey wants to tell you about the greatest band in the world that plays Christian music… even though the band itself isn’t Christian.
Wednesday, February 19, 2020 – 7:30 pm THE KING’S SINGERS For over fifty years the renowned King’s Singers have been delighting audiences around the world with their charm, wit, and incomparable musicianship. From medieval to renaissance, romantic to contemporary, folk and pop, their repertoire is all encompassing. Hear this celebrated
Each year Lessons and Carols at The Athenaeum of Ohio is a must attend event. Check out this wonderful video:
Check out the photos of the great talent throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Special Video: Carroll High School Band, God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman
By Rebecca Sontag “All music should have no other end and aim than the glory of God and the soul’s refreshment.” –Johann Sebastian Bach Christmas is a time of wonderment and delight when even the dull early winter skies are made new with the glimmer of rich decorations and the twinkling
Contemporary Catholic liturgical music composer David Haas (“We are Called,” “You are Mine,” “Blest are They”) will lead a retreat-workshop filled with music and reflection entitled “That You Might Have Life: 12 Spiritual Steps for the Call to Holiness.” Space is limited—please register by February 15. Includes lunch. Remember to come for Friday’s
Staff Report The Cincinnati chapter of the National Pastoral Musicians Association (NPM Cincinnati) hosted three choral festivals in recent months, one in Lent and two in the Easter Season. A photo gallery of the performances appears at the bottom of this story.
By Mary Bertolini For The Catholic Telegraph The Catholic Church’s door swings both ways for Catholic Hispanics in the United States, just as it does for all other cultures. Many come in, but there are also those who leave. Sixty-seven percent of Latino adults identified themselves as Catholic in 2010,
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph DAYTON — Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr has often quoted Pope St. John Paul II who said “‘We do not talk about young people as the church of the future, they are important to us today.” Recognizing this, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati has long-sponsored Laudate.