“The musical tradition of the universal Church is a treasure of inestimable value, greater even than that of any other art.” – Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy #112
The Blessed Sacrament music ministry endeavors to provide the best of sacred, Catholic music firmly planted on the solid foundation of the Church's vast, rich musical heritage. If you've ever given thought to possibly joining our music ministry, now is the perfect time to do so! There are currently openings at each Mass and each section (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) and we would welcome any new members!
Every Thursday at 6pm in the choir loft (first Thursday in September to Thursday before Corpus Christi)
5 pm Saturday Mass
4:15pm in Parish Hall
8 am Sunday Mass
No pre-Mass rehearsal
11:30 am Sunday Mass
10:15am in Parish Hall (Choral repertoire, sings one Spanish song at Offertory)
Our Music Director will ensure the music at your Wedding celebration is beautiful and dignified to complement the sacredness of this divine sacrament.
Sacred music has an integral role in the funeral rites. Funeral music should express the Paschal Mystery and the Christian’s share in it. Since music can evoke strong feelings, it should be chosen with care.
Why do we sing?
A cry from deep within our being, music is a way for God to lead us to the realm of higher things. As St. Augustine says, "Singing is for the one who loves." Music is therefore a sign of God's love for us and of our love for him. In this sense, it is very personal. By its very nature song has both an individual and a communal dimension. Thus, it is no wonder that singing together in church expresses so well the sacramental presence of God to His people. Indeed, God, the giver of song, is present whenever His people sing His praises.