Graduale Romanum - The Songbook of the Church: Chanting the Litugry in English and Latin
Graduale Romanum - The Songbook of the Church: Chanting the Liturgy in English and Latin
Date: Nov 17, 2009
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: St. John Neumann Pastoral Center
146 Metlars Lane
Piscataway NJ 08854
Directions Cost: Per person - $ 10.00
Payment: Please make checks payable to 'Diocese of Metuchen'
"The Church acknowledges Gregorian chant as distinctive of the Roman liturgy; therefore, other things being equal, it should be given pride of place in liturgical services." (Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy # 116)
Presented by: Mr. Christopher M.C. Deibert
Workshop Description: This instruction comes to us directly from the Fathers of the Second Vatican Council, the Roman Missal and the Graduale Romanum being the keys to unlocking our understanding of the above instruction from the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy. Armed with the knowledge of these two marvelous volumes, we may guide our parishes and worshipping communities to be more closely united with the Church universal.This workshop, given for priests and parish musicians, will explore the history of the music contained within the pages of the Roman Missal and the Graduale Romanum, and will offer insight on practival implementation at the parish level, both in English and Latin.
Who Should Attend?
Priests, parish music directors and those involved in music ministry or liturgical planning.
About the Presenter:Christopher M.C. Deibert is the Director of Music Ministry at Saint Mary Church, South Amboy, where he directs five vocal ensembles, a bell choir, a chamber orchestra and a concert series. He is a member of the Church Music Association of America, the National Association of Pastoral Musicians, and other professional orgainzations. Mr. Deibert was the 2007 recipient of the Award of Distinction from the National Religious Music Week Alliance.
Registration Information: Please register by November 10.
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