Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Gregorian Chant Practicum in Cicero, Indiana: January 30, 2010

Catholic PRWire

CICERO, IN (January 16, 2010) - On January 30th 2010, the St. John Bosco Latin Mass Community is proud to host Fr. Robert Fromagoet, FSSP who will conduct a Gregorian Chant Practicum at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Cicero, IN at 10 am. Fr. Fromagoet is a professor of Dogmatic Theology at the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter’s North American Seminary of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Denton, NE as well as the Music Director at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Lincoln, NE. Father has conducted numerous Practicum’s on Gregorian Chant, he was a recent guest of EWTN’s Life on the rock where he spoke on Gregorian Chant and how it helps the liturgy fulfill its twofold end; namely, the worship of God and the sanctification of souls.

The Practicum will consist of 3 parts:

I. Introduction to chant
II. Basics of chant
III. Chant Practicum (Chant Workshop)

-Missa de Angelis

The practicum is open to everyone. No matter if you are a novice or an expert, it will enrich your understanding of Gregorian chant. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Terry Garrity at 317-984-9158 or 317-984-3358. Also, you may visit our website at www.uvcarmel.org.

Cost: Free will donations accepted.

3 comment(s):

del_button January 21, 2010 at 5:22 PM
Anonymous said...

I will definetly be there, thanks for posting!! Fr. Fromageot is such a great Priest Holy Mother Church needs more Priests like him.

del_button January 24, 2010 at 1:50 AM
Gabriella said...

Fr. Fromageot is indeed a great priest! As can be said, without exaggeration, of all FSSP priests :)

Wish something like this could be organized here in Rome!

del_button January 28, 2010 at 12:04 PM
Anonymous said...


Contact Fr. Joseph Kramer of the FSSP in Rome. He could probably find a resource to get something started.

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