Monthly Archives: January 2016

I’ve been published

Actually I have been for a while, but I thought I’d throw the details up here. My how to ebook on introducing Gregorian Chant in Catholic parishes can be found here – http://cruachanhill.blogspot.com/p/the-gregorian-schola-for-beginners-by.html A couple of years ago I wrote … Continue reading

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It’s Friday:¬† The Crucifix and Your Work

I’ve been slacking on the “it’s Friday” posts. It’s been awhile, so I’m sharing this from the blog of Dr. Taylor Marshall.   Every day we do things that we love and things that we do not love. Place a … Continue reading

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Epiphany Chalking of Doors

This past Sunday in many places the feast of the Epiphany was celebrated. I attended Mass at the local monastery. They¬†adhere to the monastic calendar rather than decisions of the USCCB, so we celebrated the second Sunday of Christmas. The … Continue reading

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