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in gratitude to Almighty God and our Holy Mother, the Church,
thanksgiving for the Motu Proprio ‘Summorum Pontificum,’
the patronage of Saint Athanasius,
support of Pope Benedict XVI’s wish of dedicating
as the Year for Priests.
Reverend Scott A. Haynes, S.J.C., Canons Regular of St. John Cantius
Richard Rice, Church Music Association of America
Brother Brian Schafer, S.J.C., Canons Regular of St. John Cantius
Dr. Philip Adamson, University of Windsor, Ontario
Reverend Joseph Bisig, F.S.S.P., Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter
Reverend Peter Hrytsyk, Chaplain, Windsor Latin Mass Community
Alex Begin, Executive Coordinator Windsor Latin Mass Community
Sandy and Jonathan Ozorak
The principal office of sacred
music is to clothe with suitable melody
the liturgical text, in
order that through it, the faithful may be
the more easily moved to
devotion and better
for the reception of the fruits of grace.
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