Gregorian chant disc by FSSP seminarians tops the charts. I suspect that might annoy some people.

This disc of Gregorian chant and Christmas music has been on the top of the classical charts for weeks.

It’s popularity must be increased.  This is a concrete sign of what people want, not what is being forced by Rome et al.

You can buy this album HERE.

By FSSP seminarians

Now, here is a video that explains the situation. I suspect that those who are arrayed against traditional sacred worship might be pretty annoyed by this.

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  2. JonPatrick says:

    Wonderful. What is also fascinating is that this is happening in Germany, ground zero for the Modernist movement in the Church,

  3. Jana Parma says:

    I remember in the 1990s when the album “Chant” came out. Everyone I knew had the album and they were listening to it. I even have a few CDs of Gregorian chant from that time. I’m so happy it’s returned to mainstream. We all need the peace that comes from this kind of music.

  4. GrumpyYoungMan says:

    So in another 1000 years will the St. Louis Jesuits be topping the charts?

  5. Mike says:

    Wonderful, timely, and an implicit rebuke to our shepherds who crush such beauty.

  6. acardnal says:

    The album is also available to stream via Amazon Music.

  7. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    Thank you for this! That report strikes me as almost a ‘teaser’, giving only snippets of chant that by tantalizing, even frustrating, may get the more people interested in following up…

    And the not-negative corona-time activity references from around 2:11 – wow!

    I followed up and found a photo-rich seminary blog – though all the text is French and German…

  8. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    While this is likely to be generally inspiring, it suddenly struck me how much it will also probably be specifically inspiring to get people paying more attention to the Office in its interrelations with the Mass (a theme of Pius Parsch’s rewarding, handy ‘companion’ book series, The Church’s Year of Grace) – and aspiring to sing and hear the Office (however modest a beginning in that direction for many a priest and/or schola).

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  10. Semper Gumby says:

    God bless the FSSP.

    Ireland, also demonstrating how to Build Back Gregorian. We’ve done it before and we can do it again. A clip of school choirs in a Gregorian chant festival a few decades ago in Dublin, Ireland.

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