Music

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Birthdays and bishops: the story of the Black Catholic pectoral cross

Jan 28th is a day of celebration for multiple reasons in the Black Catholic community, and the point of connection is best seen in a small (and rare) cross.

M. Roger Holland to head Black Catholic music at GIA

M. Roger Holland, a stories liturgist out of Denver, has been named editor of Black Catholic music for perhaps the largest Catholic publisher in the US.

A Black Catholic choir almost forgotten in the day's ado

The Black Catholic angle of the Biden-Harris inauguration day was not impossible to find, but it wasn't obvious either. Such is the life of double minorities.

Trump's hero garden to feature greats, not-so-greats, and several Black Catholics

244 Americans are included in Trump's planned statue garden in DC, but the list—which includes Black Catholics and anti-Black ones—is furrowing more than a few eyebrows.

US Catholic liturgy group responds to USCCB document on hymnody

A national group of Catholic church musicians has now weighed in on the USCCB's new worship document, urging no sudden moves independent of local ordinaries.

'Just like catching the Holy Ghost': Part 2 of our interview with soprano Sasha Massey

Our interview with Sasha continues, covering the beginnings of her journey into the Church, as well as her profound liturgical theology.

Gulf Coast cantor chanting through COVID: Our interview with Sasha Massey (part 1)

In part one of her interview with BCM, Sasha Massey, discusses her career, faith journey, and dedication to her craft in the midst of a global pandemic.
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