As readers will see from Ben’s last post, the Colloquium is well and truly underway in Indy. We look forward to our first Mass this afternoon and photos will follow over at NLM. The object in the photograph below was used this morning in a class by Jeffrey Morse. Who knows what it is and what it’s for? (In case you are wondering, nobody was injured.)
We are going to try something a little bit different this year: every day I’ll be posting a quick video with a small sample of the events going on at the colloquium so that all of you not able to make it can live a little vicariously through us 🙂
Enjoy, and check back later this week for more!
Reminding upon all CMAA events of the past whilst sitting in a very inexpensive but accommodating hotel near the Indy airport…
The first and imperial memory I have is of Duquesne II, Thursday. I had bronchitis. JT gave me a whole new Z pack Tues/Wed., but I hadn’t recovered a chant voice. Wendy was at her third Colloquium with me, soaking up the grace, and her schola was chanting for an EF. I made the decision to not chant with JMO (like he needed me) and just be PIP. Best decision of my life.
I suppose in a word I would say I “got” Sacrosanctum Consilium in its fullness right there in Pittsburgh, PA., of all places where the dubious efforts of Msgr. Rossini were legend, save for those who have his books and can read the reality.
June is busting out all over.
It’s the first day of June and that means only four more days to register for the CMAA XXIV Summer Colloquium and get a great hotel room at the conference rate.
Register now and prepare to have one of the happiest and most challenging weeks of your life! Sacred music from dawn to dusk. Chant, polyphony, plenary speakers, breakout sessions for ideas and insights.
New friends, old friends. Beautiful liturgies, an organ concert and an Anglican choral Evensong. Books to buy at discounted prices. And don’t forget the party on the pool deck of the hotel for a great view of the 4th of July fireworks!
Need I say more? If you’ve already registered, go over to the Colloquium website to whet your appetite because new details are coming online almost daily. If not, hie thyself o’er to join the flock.