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WLP's Sing the Seasons! GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - July 20, 2015 ... these sessions are not only excellent opportunities for parish musicians to discover new choral and assembly music, they are, in a word, FUN! We hold a raffle-prize drawing at each event. You know, we do loads of work here at WLP once a particular piece of music is accepted for publication. Our music editors collaborate closely with the composer to work on editorial suggestions. Since these editors are all part of pastoral music ministries in parishes here in the Chicago area, they know what ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2015/07/wlps-sing-seasons.html
Event: Third Annual Veterum Sapientia Latin Conference for Priests, Religious and Seminarians in DC RORATE CÆLI - July 3, 2015 From Fr. Jason Barone: My name is Father Jason Barone of the Diocese of Charlotte. I wish to inform you of the third annual Veterum Sapientia Latin Conference hosted this year at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. this August 2-8 for priests, deacons, religious (male and female), and seminarians. The program is called Veterum Sapientia, named after the Apostolic Constitution Saint John XXIII signed on the high altar of St. Peter's ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/07/event-third-annual-veterum-sapientia.html
Part II: Is the TLM Destroying the Church? THE FIFTH COLUMN - May 18, 2015 ... (FL) 60 2 Oklahoma City (OK) 52 1 Nashville (TN) 53 2 Mobile (AL) 56 1 Lexington (KY) 58 1 Memphis (TN) 58 1 Knoxville (TN) 58 5 Reno (NV) 59 2 Wichita (KS) 61 2 Charlotte (NC) 63 6 And, we see that the correlation coefficient (r) is 0.33247286951134. Wow, a positive correlation! Oh, wait. That's not good. You see, in this case, a positive correlation means that the number of Catholics per convert increases (that is, Catholics become less effective at bringing people into the ...http://skellmeyer.blogspot.com/2015/05/part-ii-is-tlm-destroying-church.html
Orchestral Mass for Ascension Thursday in Charlotte, North Carolina NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 12, 2015 From the blog Liturgy Guy comes the following news about an orchestral Mass to be celebrated on Ascension Thursday in Charlotte, North Carolina. O n Ascension Thursday, May 14, the Carolina Catholic Chorale will conclude their 2014/2015 season singing the Missa Octo Vocum for double choir by Renaissance master Hans Leo Hassler (1564-1612) at St. Ann Catholic Church in Charlotte. (3635 Park Road; phone: 704-523-4641) The High Mass will be offered by St. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ooCXtMdiwDg/orchestral-mass-for-ascension-thursday.html