Gregorian Chant: The Eternal Song

 by Sr Fidelis    

“This is my beloved Son”

The Christmas Season came to a close yesterday, as we celebrated the Feast of the Baptism of Christ. In the text of this processional antiphon: The soldier baptizes the king; the servant, his Lord; John, the Savior.  The water of the Jordan was astounded; the dove bore witness. The father’s voice was heard: “This is my beloved Son.”

We now return to Tempus per Annum — Ordinary Time. Our hearts have been touched by the mystery that God’s beloved Son chose to dwell among us, and still offers us today the hope of redemption and transfiguration.






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About Sr. Fidelis

I am 46 years old, and have been a Sister at the Community of Jesus for 26 years. Having grown up here, I have been singing Gregorian chant since I was 10! I was very blessed to study Gregorian chant with Dr. Mary Berry in Cambridge, England and here at home. Recently, I have been able to do some radio and tv interviews, sharing about the blessings of Gregorian chant. I love leading chant workshops, and have been able to do that in the US and abroad.

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