Monday greetings on this very dreary Spring day here in the Midwest.
As many of you know, last year, I was privileged to be a part of the faculty at the Liturgical Music Institute, held on the campus of the gorgeous Immaculate Conception Seminary on Long Island.
After my experience, I shared these thoughts on the blog:
"Tuesday greetings from the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception here in Huntington, New York.
First of all, let me share with you that this has been an extraordinary experience. There are close to thirty musicians here for this Liturgical Music Institute. And fully a third of them are in their twenties; some fresh out of music school, others still in school, and others in their first years as parish pastoral musicians. How refreshing and wonderful to have a group so diverse in age and experience."
World Library Publications and J.S. Paluch continue to help sponsor this fine institute.
Please do yourself a great favor and visit their web site, where you can find lots of information.
WLP will be sponsoring our own director of publications, Mary Beth Kunde-Anderson, and Steven Warner as faculty members at this year's institute.
This will be an experience that will shape your ministry for years to come.
Gotta sing. Gotta pray.