St. John’s students give up recess time to gain confidence on stage
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Rob Glover is the long-time director of music ministries at St. Therese in Deephaven, and a well-known composer of liturgical music. In 2003, with the assistance of members of that parish, Rob recorded a collection of his liturgical music entitled “Music in the Air,” featuring his “Mass of Plenty”
Open Window Theatre’s ‘Edith Stein’ set for Feb. 9-26
Close to 200 voices from the combined choirs of St. Joan of Arc and Mount Olivet Lutheran churches in Minneapolis will join Twin Cities vocalist Robert Robinson at 7 p.m. Jan. 15 in a tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.
I’m Lifted Up: Songs and Psalms by Will Pitts, 2010, Guardian Angels Music Ministry
“Amahl and the Night Visitors,” a one-act Christmas season opera sung in English, centers on the story of Amahl, a poor, crippled shepherd boy living with his widowed mother. One night, the boy and his mother find the Three Kings knocking at their door. It is a story of how faith, charity, unselfish love and good deeds can work miracles.
When Ebenezer Scrooge takes the stage next month at the Open Window Theatre, there won’t be commercial breaks or video screens. Nor will the lead character in “The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge,” a sequel to Charles Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol,” give parents reason to worry.
Fathers Martin O’Hagan, Eugene O’Hagan and David Delargy, better known to their millions of fans as the classical music group “The Priests,” will perform at Minneapolis’ Pantages Theatre Nov. 13, at 8 p.m.
A few years back, travel for work brought me to St. Louis for the weekend. A younger co-worker traveling with me went online and found the nearest church to the hotel for us to attend Mass on Sunday morning. We set out early for the 15-minute walk to the single Sunday liturgy.
Actor and Hill-Murray Theater Director Ben Ballentine said he’s the only guy in the dressing room who loves fantasy football and listens primarily to sports talk radio.
If we could apply that insight that the Eucharist offers every time we gather to our marriages, it would greatly enhance our intimacy.
There is renewed interest in the Virgin Mary — her role in lives of faith, how to interpret references to her in Scripture, how she is depicted in art and literature — enough to spark a second “Mary in Our Day” conference