VIDEO: Online Gregorian Chant course!

My good friend Fr. Eduard Perrone of mighty Assumption Grotto, that liturgical oasis in troubled Detroit, is a fine musician.  He is putting his extensive training and experience to work with social media.

Here is the first installment of a video series to help people learn…


NB: This is done in coordination with Church Militant, which is Michael Voris’ intiative. Michael is in Detroit and goes to Assumption Grotto. It is premium content, btw. I don’t have access to Church Militant’s premium content… even though I’ve been on his radio show and… but… okay, now I get it. I did some hard-hitting investigative reporting about them. That must be the reason.

Never mind.

See my…

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  1. Netmilsmom says:

    Maybe we can get together and get you a gift membership?

  2. george says:


  3. Jackie L says:

    An excellent cause by a great priest, however if this is to spread throughout the Archdiocese of Detroit or beyond, I have to wonder about the wisdom of using Church Militant TV. It seems working with them will send up red flags and limit, co-operation.

  4. Arele says:

    Okay, watched it (Thank you!).

    Ready for the next installment!

  5. AdTrinitatemPerMariam says:

    Which Kyrie is Father singing at 9:15? It’s really pretty and I know I’ve heard it before, but I can’t quite place it…

  6. APX says:

    It’s helpful that there is the explanation of chant in comparison to modern musical theory. It’s funny, though; the more chant I sing from chant notation, the harder it is for me to sing chant in more modern notation (like they do in hymnals such as CBW, Breaking Bread and the like).

  7. jeffreyquick says:

    It would have been nice to have spelled “solfege” correctly.

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