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Catholic Music

Listen to the ‘Dum Pater Familias,’ a hymn from a 12th-century pilgrim guide

“To Lord St. James! To God’s St. James! And onward! And upward! God speed our way!”

Medieval choirs sang from these 3-foot-tall books

The old plainchant system was easy to read, even for the short-sighted singer. 

Alanna Boudreau left us speechless with “The Lord Is Coming”

Written by three young Catholic artists, "The Lord Is Coming" has us excited for the future of Catholic music.

Leo Nestor (1948-2019): How can we keep from singing?

We have lost one of the greatest Catholic composers of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Voces8 performing Fauré’s “Pie Jesu” will bring you to tears

Webber's "Pie Jesu" is beautiful, but Fauré's is more accommodating to prayer.

Catholic songwriter Matt Maher releases new music. Listen here!

Maher wrote 'Alive and Breathing' with other Christian artists.

Newly composed Vespers combines the beauty of sacred music with the thrill of jazz

J.J. Wright was inspired to write Vespers for the Immaculate Conception after his wife miscarried at 12 weeks.

The Litany of Trust: A powerful new prayer written and composed by two young nuns

"Trust is the love language of God.” - Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, SV

Nothing compares to a Mass setting by Palestrina

The "Missa Papae Marcelli" may be the most beautiful piece ever composed.

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