Does anyone else reading this blog listen to Gregorian Chant regularly?
Q: What is Gregorian chant?
Vega García: It is an age-old chant, cultural patrimony of humanity and continues to be the official chant of the Roman liturgy, as John Paul II himself reminded in 2003 in a chirograph on sacred music, on the occasion of the centenary of the "motu proprio" "Tra le Sollecitudini," in which he recalled the norms of the Second Vatican Council on liturgical music.
Q: Why is it called Gregorian chant?
Vega García: Because its authorship is attributed to Pope St. Gregory the Great.
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If you have never heard Gregorian Chant, please visit my post Catholic Music for the Soul for a list of websites relating to Catholic music. Some of the websites listed are dedicated to Gregorian Chant.