The future for Gregorian chant appears to be bright

If the past is any indication of what the future may hold for Gregorian chant's place in Catholic life, prospects are good that it may once again become the principal music at Mass.
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Gregorian chant offers Catholics elevated liturgy tied to early church

Gregorian chant was standard in the Mass in the 1950s, but fell out of favor after the Second Vatican Council, when the traditional Latin Mass was changed to the dominant language of each country.
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Catholic Relief Services looks to change concept of world’s orphanages

Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services has released an emotion-filled video as a way of starting a conversation about the world's orphanages.
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Catholic mom sees her 11 children as greatest Mother’s Day gift

Mother’s Day will greet Amy Laddbush of Bowie with plentiful sounds as her husband and 11 children clamor to express their appreciation for her vital service to their big Catholic family.
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