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In the News

  • Rorate Mass: Advent’s Ancient and Beautiful Secret

    For the first time, Most Precious Blood of Jesus Parish celebrated a sung Rorate Mass: an early-morning candlelight Votive Mass for Our Lady. This ancient Advent tradition is garnering renewed attention in the Catholic Church. Photos available in the article!
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  • Parish Music Program Expands and Soars into a New Season

    After another successful Chant Camp this August, the youth choirs of Most Precious Blood of Jesus Parish are expanding to accommodate an increased enrollment, varying aptitudes, and a more rigorous liturgical schedule for this upcoming season. More details and pictures from Chant Camp in the full article...
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  • Fauré’s Requiem: A Rare Liturgical Performance

    The Schola Cantorum of Most Precious Blood of Jesus Parish joined the St. Gregory Institute of Sacred Music and a 10-piece orchestra for an extraordinary and seldom-seen liturgical performance of Fauré's Requiem. See more details, pictures, audio samples, and video links in the full article!
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  • Schola Premieres New Music From Across the Pond

    This Christmas, the Schola Cantorum of Most Precious Blood of Jesus Parish premiered a new commissioned work by German composer Christoph Dalitz. This is their third collaboration with contemporary European composers. See the full article for more information about these exciting partnerships, as well as a sample recording!
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