- Jul 14, 2020
In a letter read aloud at his brother’s funeral in Regensburg, retired pope Benedict XVI recalled several characteristics which he felt best described his eldest sibling, including a love of music, joy in adversity and a deep piety.
With choirs and hymnals suspect because they may spread the coronavirus — and perhaps the next pathogen — what is the future of singing at Mass?
“Catch the Spirit” is the title of the University of Notre Dame’s Folk Choir’s new album, which premiered virtually on May 1 and is now available for download.
Amy Love had to leave the Memphis hospital where she brings music to severely ill children — she and other support staff couldn’t take the risk of spreading COVID-19 to these frail patients. But she was determined: The music must not stop.
One priest in Scotland is livestreaming his accordion during the coronavirus lockdown.
Ray Repp, the liturgical musician who spearheaded the concept of the folk group-led “guitar Mass” with his “Mass for Young Americans,” died April 26 in Palm Springs, California, of complications from cancer. He was 77.