Music at Saint John Cantius
Throughout the year St. John Cantius Church is pleased to offer music events and concerts as well as offerings of Sacred Music for our various Masses and devotions. From organ concerts and chamber music to opera, theatre and drama and the much loved tradition of Lessons and Carols! Our Sunday Masses regularly feature Gregorian chant as well as musical offerings form our several choirs, ranging from the Renaissance period and from the Viennese choral tradition to modern choral works that are consonant with the Roman tradition of sacred music.
The Console of Saint John’s ‘Tina Mae’ Casavant Organ
Except when indicated otherwise (for Polyphonic or Orchestral Masses), Gregorian Chant Propers and Ordinaries of the Mass are sung every Sunday at the 11:00 a.m. Ordinary Form of the Mass (2002 Missale Romanum) and the 12:30 p.m. Extraordinary Form of the Mass (1962 Missale Romanum). All music is sung in the context of the Latin Liturgy. Unless otherwise noted, the music is rendered by the parish choirs.
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Patrons of Sacred Music
The Patrons of Sacred Music at St. John Cantius work within the A.M.D.G. Foundation to raise funds to support the flourishing of sacred art and music at St. John Cantius. Learn about becoming a Patron of Sacred Music - Click here »
Video about the Sacred Music at St. John Cantius