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I have a post called Why I Have Not Left . In this post, I give reasons why our family is sticking by our parish, even if we are not pleased with the level of orthodoxy here.” Blog ON, Christine! Ales Rarus sends in Cardinal Wright Oratory Choir – Sicut Cervus. “I’ve posted some polyphony my old choir recorded a couple years ago. The song I’ve provided the link to is one of my favorites. The rest can be found in neighboring posts. I hope folks enjoy them all. :)”
Christian Carnival CXLVI…
Happy All Saints Day to you all!
With the obvious connection between All Saints Day and the beginning of the Reformation in Wittenberg, it seems appropriate to recognize our own Wittenberg Dory, the Carnival’s patron saint. (No offense meant to o…
Thank you. This is one of my favorite pieces of music and I haven’t heard it in a long time.
I’m glad you like it. I’m a little surprised, though. I never pegged you as someone fond of Latin motets. I guess you can’t judge a blogger by her ambadoxy. 😉
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