Christmas in Harvard Square
The Boys of St. Paul’s Choir School
The Boys of St. Paul’s Choir School will lift your heart and soul up to heaven. This is sacred music at it’s very best. Last year, I had the privilege of attending a Solemn High Mass celebrated by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf. Music for the Mass was provided by the boy’s choir. It was magnificent.
St. Paul’s is the only Catholic boys choir school in the US. The Choir School has recently celebrated its 50th anniversary and has inked a global recording deal with AimHigher/Decca/Universal Classics and is releasing their heartfelt debut international album entitled Christmas in Harvard Square. It will make the perfect gift for Christmas – putting Christ in Christmas!
The video gives a glimpse into the beauty of the Boys Choir and the effect it is having on the lives of the boys and their families. Not only will this album give aid to your spiritual life, but the purchase this recording helps the The Choir School with their many funding needs.
I often get eMails asking: “Why can I get my priest for Christmas?” This is a perfect gift for your priest or anyone else on your list.
To purchase this album, visit: www.AimHigherRecordings.com
To all of you who listen to my podcast, read the blog or just happen upon this page a very Merry Christmas, filled with an abundance of His grace. You were all remembered in my Christmas Masses.
Advent is almost over and the celebration of Our Lord’s birth is near at hand. In this episode, we are going to talk about the Virginity of Mary, because it’s so important to know who He is and what He is really about. We have some feedback and a Mary Moment with Sarah Reinhard.
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Check out this unique version of the Christmas story. It’s very creative and I like it! This is the kind of creativity we need in new media to spread the message.
Christmas is such a sentimental time for most people. Our homes and are churches are decorated and everything is just perfect. However, what most people forget is that the Blessed Virgin Mary gave birth to the Lamb of God. The wood of the crib points to the wood of the cross. We were born to live and Christ was born to die. “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” (Jn3.16) As we celebrate Christmas, with all of our gifts and all of our comforts, let us not forget that the sweet little Christ child, lying in the manger is the Lamb of God, destined for Calvary.