We believe that liturgical music gives our community a sense of unity and allows it to express its faith throughout the different liturgical seasons of the year. The music chosen in our parish represents a variety of styles, cultures, and historical periods. We are always looking for individuals willing to share their talents and time as choir members, cantors or instrumentalists. For more information about our music program, please email Annick Kanter-St. Hubert.
“God has bestowed upon his people the gift of song. God dwells within each human person, in the place where music takes its source. Indeed, God, the giver of song, is present whenever his people sing his praises” (Sing to the Lord, Music in Divine Worship, 2007).
The Adult Choir sings at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday Liturgy.
Practices are held on Thursday evenings from 7:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. All that is required to join the choir is a desire to sing; musical training is provided during rehearsals.
9:00 am Family Mass in the Amadeo Room
Come join us! During Mass, Children’s Liturgy of the Word is offered for Children in Pre-K through 2nd grade in a lower level classroom. Children’s Lectionary is used for the readings. Guitar Music is provided; Please contact Fr. John Barry if you wish to participate .
Following the Mass, enjoy fellowship and coffee, juice, and doughnuts … grow in your faith as a family together!
Contact: Helene Stever, Director of Religious Education
This group is open to all parishioners interested in singing French liturgical music. The rehearsal is conducted in French.
The group sings every other Sunday at the 12:30 mass and rehearses every week on Wednesdays, from 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm. The rehearsal can also be joined by using zoom, for those who cannot attend rehearsal in person.
For more information, please contact Annick Kanter-Saint Hubert.
The Adult Handbell Choir rehearses every Wednesday afternoon, from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
The Choir plays approximately once a month at the 5:00 pm mass or at the 12:15 mass. Those interested should be able to read music.
The cantor is a singer, a leader of congregational song and also a Psalmist. Although the ministry of the Psalmist is distinct from the role of the cantor, the two ministries are often entrusted to the same person.
High School students and adults who play brass, string, woodwind or percussion instruments are invited to contact the organist, William Wisnom, by calling the office or sending an email .
Christmas Virtual Choir Projects
Virtual Choir Projects: Ordinary Time
Virtual Choir Projects: Lent and Easter
Resurrection Choirs have released 4 CDs . The first 2 CDs, Noels Autour du Monde and Oh! That I Had a Thousand Voices are available for purchase ($8.00 each) by contacting Annick Kanter-St. Hubert.
Faith, Hope and Love and Cantiques de Noel can be purchased directly from a variety of digital platforms such as CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon, etc.
Here are samples from those CDs: