The music of composer and conductor
Paul Jernberg was featured today on EWTN, in a Mass for Pentecost Sunday:
The Mass was recorded in 2019 at the beautiful Church of St. John the Guardian of Mary, in Clinton, Massachusetts.
UPDATE: An interview with Paul Jernberg
appeared at a few days ago. New Liturgical Movement
The Norbertine Fathers of
St. Michael’s Abbey in Orange County, CA, are streaming their Vespers today, Easter Sunday, and for the rest of the Easter Octave.
A Facebook “event” announcement is at
and the video is scheduled to appear live on the page of the charity “
Aid to the Church in Need“, whose founder and whose current US director are both Norbertines: https://www.facebook.com/ChurchInNeed
The time of the Vespers on Easter Sunday will be 3:30 p.m. Pacific Time (6:30 p.m. Eastern). (See the event page for the other days.)
UPDATE: The first-time video was shaky, but it was good to hear the fully chanted Office, including falsobordone verses on the Magnificat.
From earlier this morning, at St. Patrick Oratory in Waterbury, CT:
The chant schola is directed by David Hughes.
(This post replaces an earlier post whose video feed had a sound problem.)
Canons Regular of St. John Cantius celebrate the Easter Vigil in Latin and English, starting at 10 p.m. Central Time, Saturday, April 11:
The Easter Vigil, celebrated at Our Lady of Walsingham Church in Houston by Bishop Steven Lopes. The church is the seat of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter, the body in North America for Catholics of Anglican heritage. Their Mass follows the approved liturgical form for the Ordinariate,
Divine Worship: The Missal, which preserves elements of Anglican patrimony in a Mass of the Roman rite.
bulletin with the hymns and chants of the Mass is available on-line. The organist and choirmaster of the parish is Edmund Murray.
From St. Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney, Australia, the Easter Vigil:
From St. Paul Church, Harvard Square, Cambridge: