The choirs represent a tradition of sacred choral music that has been at the center of the Roman Catholic Church for centuries. In following the thousand-year-old tradition of the Schola Cantorum, or choir school, we also strive to incorporate children into the heart of the parish music ministries. While our choristers maintain a busy schedule of rehearsals, liturgies, and concerts, our primary focus is to serve as ministers of the word through music. As such, great importance is first placed on the Word of God and how, utilizing music as the vehicle by which we administer the Word of God to the congregation, we may be able to enrich the liturgy and the prayer life of our congregation. In so doing, profound attention is given to the text of each hymn, antiphon, psalm, acclamation, and anthem that is sung by the singers.
Choristers also receive training in the fundamentals of music, including sight-reading, ear-training, and music theory. Choirs provide music for liturgies throughout the choral season, September (after Labor Day) through June (Corpus Christi), and have the opportunity to tour throughout the area and nation each year.
As a family, we pray together, celebrate birthdays and anniversaries, and have multiple opportunities for fellowship in and outside of the parish. Membership is open to all!
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