On January 21, 2023, the clear, sweet voices of the Chamber Choir of St. Brigid’s School will rise in a new choral Mass commissioned by
St. Junipero Serra, a holy man dedicated to the earthly and heavenly well being of Native Americans has been denounced as a racist, a genocidal
In spite of great differences, novelist Willa Cather and St. John Paul II show uncanny agreement as to the nature and validity of the Roman
Xanthe Kraft is a 28-year-old composer of sacred music. Her Speravit Anima Mea, a setting of Psalm 129 for violin and two voices, premiered at
American composer Daniel Knaggs premiered his Two Streams, a cantata based on Jesus Christ’s message of Divine Mercy for mankind, last fall in Houston, Texas.
St. Kateri Tekakwitha “the Lily of the Mohawks” was born in the village of Ossernenon in present-day New York State, to Mohawk Chief Kenneronkwa and