Instructions on how to assemble a piece of furniture are most useful to me if they are in English. I need to be able to fully understand and comprehend them in order to assemble said piece of furniture. Liturgy, on the other hand, is not an instruction manual to help us “assemble” the sacred mysteries into something we can comprehend.
Here’s a brief article in the Fairfield County Catholic about the premiere of my newest arrangement of my Ave Maria. http://www.bridgeportdiocese.com/index.php/fcc/article/concert_highlights_new_faith_center
A position on early music education. A Language Learned How do children learn language? It is the aural learning that provides the elemental basis for language skills. We do not first learn what the sounds look like – we learn first by hearing. The visual is learned by connecting the knowledge gained through aural perception to the symbols that represent