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“Of particular importance has been Father Samuel’s personal influence upon this parish’s expression of public worship, filtered down from the priest at the altar of sacrifice, through the sacred ministers, the servers, choir, and to people gathered to worship.” -Father Cavana Wallace, Saint Margaret Parish, Oceanside
Your parish can learn to sing the Mass with simple and beautiful chant. To learn more about how the Ignatius Pew Missal can bring Sacred Beauty to your parish visit here.
Father Weber’s The Proper of the Mass provides English chant settings for the Entrance and Communion Antiphons given in The Roman Missal, 2010, as well as suggestions for the Offertory Antiphons, following the pattern of the Graduale Romanum, 1974.
For most antiphons, four levels of settings from very simple to complex are offered so that this one book suist the abilities and needs of any choir or cantor. Learn more here.
For other chant and organ music from Father Samuel Weber, O.S.B. visit Sacred Music US.