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Jessica Bush Accepts Director of Music & Liturgy Position at Christ the King Catholic Church

Author: Matt Haines

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Congratulations to 2nd-year MSM Jessica Bush, who recently accepted a full-time position as Director of Music and Liturgy at Christ the King Catholic Church in South Bend. Jessica is excited to use her training at Notre Dame and Ball State to deepen prayer in the community and and develop the music ministry at this parish, which will include developing choirs, training cantors, and directing a children's choir. She feels that she has a calling to serve the church with her musical skills and knowledge, and is thankful for all of her mentors and supporters.…

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Notre Dame Vocale Receives Major Award from the Ann Stookey Fund for New Music

Author: Matt Haines

Notre Dame Vocale, the research and special project ensemble of Sacred Music at Notre Dame, and its artistic director Professor Carmen-Helena Téllez just received news of the prestigious award by the Ann Stookey Fund for New Music.  Notre Dame Vocale joins some of the most prestigious professional and academic ensembles of the country who have been previous recipients of the award, including The Crossing of Philadelphia, directed by Donald Nally, Cantus of Minnesota and Dr. Téllez's former ensemble, NOTUS: the IU Contemporary Vocal  Ensemble, now directed by Dominick DiOrio.  In this grant cycle, Vocale is joined by Volti, the San Francisco new music ensemble. Dr. Téllez and Vocale have commissioned a cantata on Dante's Paradiso

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Peter Jeffery to Speak at the "Catholic Social Thought for the Idea of a University" Workshop

Author: Matt Haines

The Center for Social Concerns is hosting a discussion forum on implications of Catholic Social Thought for the idea of a University. If we were to run a University according to principles of Catholic Social Tradition (CST) what would that mean?

This question is, of course, also related to the discourse on the idea of a Catholic University, but goes further than that. The encyclical Laudato Si is addressed to “every person living on this planet,” hence the invitation to consider the values of Catholic Social Tradition is meant for all. But what does that mean?…

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