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Cloistered Benedictine nuns to make Gregorian chant album for Universal Music

Avignon, France, Jul 27, 2010 / 06:07 am (CNA).- An order of cloistered Benedictine nuns in France has signed a deal with Universal Music to produce an album of Gregorian chant. The abbess said that after time in prayer the nuns decided the effort could touch people’s lives. The nuns of the Abbaye de Notre-Dame […]

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Salve Regina

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He is Risen!

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Good Friday: Crux Fidelis/Pange Lingua

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Vexílla Regis

Vexilla Regis was written by Venantius Fortunatus (530-609) and is considered one of the greatest hymns of the liturgy. Fortunatus wrote it in honor of the arrival of a large relic of the True Cross which had been sent to Queen Radegunda by the Emperor Justin II and his Empress Sophia. Queen Radegunda had retired […]

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De Profundis

Out of my soul’s depths to thee my cries have sounded; Let thine ears my plaints receive, on just fear grounded. Lord, should’st thou weigh our faults, who’ not confounded? But with grace thou censur’st thine when they have erred, Therefore shall thy blessed name be loved and feared. E’en to thy throne my thoughts […]

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My Soul Proclaims the Greatness of the Lord

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Lectio Divina and Prayer

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Gregorian Chant , et lux in tenebris…

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Just Gregorian Chant and Nice Nature Footage

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