The following comes from the Benedict XVI Institute.
On Feb. 23, Benedict XVI Institute’s Mary Ann Carr Wilson, an experienced teacher of chant and also a children’s chant specialist, will team up with Stanford Prof. William Mahrt to offer workshops in Gregorian Chant.
Learn this ancient and moving language of the Church with friends. Then pray together the ancient prayers of the Church: Compline or Night Prayer, part of the Liturgy of the Hours. Everyone is welcome, space permitting. Light refreshments served.
When: Sat, February 23, 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Where: Braun Music Center, Room 103 541 Lasuen Mall Stanford, CA 94305 (Free Parking)
Suggested donation: $10
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
About the Benedict XVI Institute
“…the special mission of the Benedict XVI Institute is to open the door of Beauty to God to as many who choose to get close to Him by that door.
We do this through two great strategies: providing practical resources for more beautiful sacred music and liturgy in parishes and by energizing a Catholic culture of the arts by connecting artists, audiences, and patrons of the arts.
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What we learn in the practice of serving the fabulous metropolitan Bay Area, we seek to offer to the whole people of God, throughout America and beyond.
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Our tradition is both enduring and continuing: not a dead end, but part of a living tree, with deep roots, and new flowers.
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