Veni Creator (Gregorian Chant) - Franciscan Choir of Mt. Alvernia Seminary, N. Y. - Sons of St. Francis Sing (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mar 16,  · When I first learned to pray the divine office I was taught to do so by a Dominican priest. Having learned from a Dominican I was taught to chant the hours rather than simply reciting them. I remember he made a joke about how Franciscans never chant because they want to get back to work and Benedictines never stop (or something similar). So I know that St Francis banned Gregorian chant.
  2. Oct 20,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Veni Sancte Spiritus, Come Holy Spirit - Gregorian Chant with lyrics YouTube VENI CREATOR SPIRITUS - Giovanni Vianini - .
  3. Gregorian chant hymns and other devotional chants: music, audio recordings, and English translations * Additional recordings from St. Cecila’s Abbey can be purchased via iTunes and from the on-line VENI CREATOR SPIRITUS.
  4. Veni Creator (Gregorian Chant) A2: Jesu Dulcis (Gregorian Chant) A3: Tantum Ergo (Gregorian Chant) A4: Salve Mater (Gregorian Chant) A5: Salve Regina (Gregorian Chant) A6: Ave Maris Stella (Gregorian Chant) A7: The Prayer of St. Francis (Rober "Bobby" Krall) B1: Blessing of St. Francis (Owen da Silva, O.F.M.) B2: Haec Dies (Ravanello) B3: O 4/5(1).
  5. Mar 07,  · The music we identify today as Gregorian chant really began to develop several generations after St. Gregory the Great's death, "and in fact, most historians think it's Pope Gregory II .
  6. () FRANCIS: General information or location of a fraternity near you. Most Holy Stigmata Fraternity, OSF Mount Alvernia Retreat Center P.O. Box Wappingers Falls, NY () Call () or e-mail may be sent to the Fraternity Minister: Carol Munger, OSF, at [email protected] top.
  7. In answer to another listener's question, the "Song" is the Veni Creator Spiritus verses 1, 2, and 6. The "Canon" is a series of lines from the Pange Lingua Gloriosi by the Dominican St. Thomas Aquinas. ♥ Since I was a young boy I have always loved to listen to Gregorian chant. When we had a High Mass, they used Gregorian chant.

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