The choir would like to share something we recorded in preparation for the season of Christmas. Enjoy!
Would any music that sings about God be always considered sacred? Perhaps not. There are songs composed that sing about the disappointment, anguish, and disregard for God. Those might not be immediately be recalled as “sacred” or “holy” or even deserving to be sung at the Mass. Read More…
As the Carmelite Solemnity of Our Lady of Mount Carmel approaches, here’s an ancient chant that was of the old monastic order of the Carmelites.
Translations in English are found in the music sheet for the Chant Notation.
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We’ve written a setting for the Responsorial Psalm for the celebration of Corpus Christi this weekend:
For those visiting the parish for the Saturday, 5:30pm Mass, there will be a procession of the Blessed Sacrament after the Mass. Proceedings are found in the missalette for your download and print:
The Parish Liturgy Committee is organising a Pentecost Vigil Prayer Service. It will be an evening of Prayers, Lessons, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Sacred Music.
Saturday, 3rd June 2017
7.45pm, Church of Sts. Peter & Paul, Singapore
Feel free to access the online program booklet for the Pentecost Vigil Prayer Service this Saturday (June 3rd), 7.45pm. It shows up better on your tablet devices.
Limited copies of Missalettes with brief proceedings will also be distributed for those attending.
Hope to see as many of you there!
Here are some highlights of the choir at the Easter Vigil we sang at at the Church of Sts. Peter & Paul this year. Congratulations to the 31 neophytes on their baptism and reception into the Catholic family 🙂
(photo credit: Tony Png)