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Catholic Music

“Dies irae”: The Catholic contribution to film scores

When composers need to capture the most potent emotions, they turn to the music of the Catholic Church.

The choral piece that earned Mozart a papal honor

Mozart was blessed with such extreme talent that he received honors for pieces he didn't even compose.

Brother Isaiah’s “Angelsong” is a superb meditation on prayer

His 2018 album 'Poco a Poco' is full of great Catholic music, brought to you by a Franciscan.

Fr. Rob Galea sings an ultra-modern “Our Father”

Fr. Galea's new album, 'Coming Home,' experiments with merging electropop and Catholicism.

Where can you find roots music, craft beer, and a Catholic Mass? The Appaloosa Music Festival

The Labor Day weekend event in the Shenandoah Valley Virginia has the atmosphere of a Catholic family reunion.

Website offers scores of Renaissance church music

Heath Morber has adopted Mass music for use in English liturgies.

This new musical depicts an Austrian priest’s ministry in China

The show was produced by the Society of the Divine Word, the same order to which St. Freinademetz belonged.

“Ave Maria” as you have never heard it before

Michael Lucarelli shows what effect on the soul can result from mastery of art.

Have you heard the most famous collection of Marian medieval songs?

The haunting beauty of the “Cantigas” of Alfonso X never ceases to amaze.

Orchestrated chant may be the most comforting praise music

Treat yourself to six-and-a-half minutes of pure audible bliss!

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