Get a free music CD of spectacular music of Lent from St. John Cantius

MISERERE CantiusI had a great offer from the Canons at St. John Cantius which they want to extend to you, through my blog.


Biretta Books has a special Lenten offer for Fr. Z’s Blog readers.

Visit anytime during Lent or the Easter Octave to take advantage of this special Lenten offer. Here is how it works.

Those who purchase at least $30.00 (US) worth of products from the Biretta Books online store qualify to get a free Miserere CD of Lenten Music sung by the St. Cecilia Choir of St. John Cantius Church, Chicago. The offer is available while supplies last and expires on 13 April 2015.

(1) Visit Biretta Books online at:

(2) Select at least $30 worth of items for your shopping cart

(3) Once you are at “Checkout,” go to the bottom of the page to the section marked “Additional Information”

(4) In the box for “Additional Information” type in this product code number to get your free Miserere CD: SY400

Hear audio samples of the Miserere CD online. Click here.

And… there’s a video!


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  1. RobertK says:

    Thanks Father!.

  2. Curley says:

    I had the chance to hear this choir at St. John cantius in Chicago last month at mass. Amazingly beautiful!

  3. Devo35 says:

    If you can’t get one free just buy one anyway. It’s a great cd, and I listen to it every year. It sounds exactly what you hear at St. John Cantius every Holy Week.

  4. JesusFreak84 says:

    1) I already own that CD, 2) I don’t know if there’s $30-worth of things I DON’T own from there…I went a bit crazy when Father was in Chicago last fall for that conference <_<;;;

  5. KevinSymonds says:

    That is a great CD and I highly recommend it to anyone.

  6. Kerry says:

    Thanks Father. Along with my free CD, I ordered the Angelus press 1962 Missal I’ve been looking at.

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