Charles Cole, director of the London Oratory Schola Cantorum, was interviewed by EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo this week concerning singing in the time of the Coronavirus. He is doing important work in getting choirs to sing again.
CMAA President William Mahrt tells us that Charles is working with a committee of the CMAA to establish a statement of what needs to be done, as an answer to the negative statement of the NATS and the ACDA.
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Everyone must wear a face mask when inside church buildings.
That’s the direction the Archdiocese of Edmonton has taken it responds to a new City of Edmonton bylaw requiring masks in public places. The mask requirement for churches comes into effect Aug. 1 and will apply to parishes across the Archdiocese, regardless of whether their local municipality has passed a mask bylaw.
Calgary has passed a similar bylaw, and other Alberta municipalities are considering doing the same.
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These 20 physicians, from across multiple specialties, aren’t doing this for media attention.
Funding for foreign aid cannot be used to lobby for or against abortion, according to U.S. law. Yet many organizations break the rules.
Democrat congressmen in a recent hearing took issue with the Trump administration’s efforts to stymie the promotion of abortion through the U.N. system.
CNA Staff, Jul 31, 2020 / 07:15 pm (CNA).- An unidentified man threw a firebomb into a chapel of Managua’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on Friday, severely damaging the chapel and a devotional image of Christ more than three centuries old.
Acabo de comunicarme con religiosas y sacerdotes de la Catedral de Managua. Hemos llorado juntos a causa del incendio que ha ocurrido en la capilla de la venerada imagen de la Sangre de Cristo. ¡Mi cercanía y mi oración con el pueblo de Nicaragua en este doloroso momento! pic.twitter.com/VuDFB4jSRj
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The Turkish government’s decision two weeks ago to have the Hagia Sophia used as a mosque once again was met with outrage and concern throughout the world. The first day of prayer since the Hagia Sophia’s […]
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