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Is there truth in Archbishop Vigano’s text and how are Catholics to know?

By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Catholics in the pews and even priests in the Vatican are confused about the long document Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano published claiming Pope Francis turned a blind eye to information … Continue reading

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A bright future is expected for Gregorian chant

By Chaz Muth                                                                                                                             Catholic News Service (Photos by Chaz Muth and Bob Roller) WASHINGTON (CNS) — As David Lang assembled seminarians for an October rehearsal, he announced they would be going over selected Gregorian chants that would be an important … Continue reading

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Gregorian chant experiences renewed popularity

By Chaz Muth and Jose Montoya                                                                                           Catholic News Service (Photos by Chaz Muth and Bob Roller) WASHINGTON (CNS) — James Senson grew up in the Virginia Beach, Virginia, area in the 1980s and his exposure to music in his home … Continue reading

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Gregorian chant: for some, a richer worship experience

By Chaz Muth                                                                                                                             Catholic News Service (Photos by Chaz Muth, Bob Roller and Gregory A. Shemitz) WASHINGTON (CNS) — When Erin Bullock steps in front of the altar at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington, she is … Continue reading

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