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Sacred Music

Aleteia's curated collection of music performed or composed for liturgical use or religious motives.

The London Oratory Schola Cantorum Boys Choir releases breathtaking new album

'Sacred Treasures of Spain' explores the vast tradition of Spanish sacred music.

Catholic roots music: Mozart’s “Ave Verum Corpus”

Prepare yourself for 4 minutes of musical bliss.

Aleteia sets the soundtrack to your Easter

We've brought together some of the finest sacred music for your Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday

Treat your ears to the resonant beauty of “Attende Domine”

This 10th-century text is perfect for Lenten meditation.

Hear Psalm 104 played on ancient instruments and sung in Hebrew

Yamma Ensemble creates the most authentic early Jewish music available.

Portland Archbishop calls for more chant in pastoral letter on sacred music

A sung Mass "need not be elaborate; indeed, the principle of noble simplicity should guide it."

A new “Gloria in excelsis” captures the mystery and the jubilation

Scott Goudeau offers his impeccable musical technique to glorfy the word of God.

The TOP 30 Catholic Music Artists of 2018

Fan favorites from around the world on the feast of St. Cecilia.

The “devil’s chord”: A forbidden medieval musical sequence

If you thought Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” was spooky, think again.

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