Latin Mass

March 5th, 2017

You are invited to the final session of the Extraordinary Form Workshops on Sunday, March 5, 2017. Presentations begin at 2:00 p.m. with Mass celebrated at 3:00 p.m. (fulfills Sunday obligation) followed by a dinner reception.

Presenters:
Rev. Canon Benoît Jayr, Parish Administrator and Rector of St. Stanislaus Oratory
Father Patrick Behling, Associate Pastor, St. Charles, Hartland

Music provided by the choir and schola of St. Stanislaus Oratory and the choirs of Musicā Oramus.

To make a reservation please send email to info@musicaoramus.org with total number of guests attending.

 

 

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Choirs

Musicā Oramus is a Catholic choir whose members are teenagers and young adults from parishes throughout southeastern Wisconsin who want to serve the Church through sacred music, enrich their prayer lives, and receive valuable education and experience in Catholic sacred music.

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Learn about the Extraordinary Form of the Mass!

This is a 4 part series but you are still welcome to attend. Below are the videos from the October 16th and 30th workshops.

Our next event is on March 5th.

To learn more about this event, times and dates please visit our Events page.

Rev. Canon Benoît Jayr, Parish Administrator and Rector of St.
Stanislaus Oratory, is the first speaker for Musicā Oramus’ series on the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.

Presentation by Rev. Canon Benoît Jayr, Parish Administrator and Rector of St. Stanislaus Oratory, and Canon Heitor Matheus’ testimonial (begins at 17:57 in Part 2) for Musicā Oramus’ series on the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.

The second part of Canon Heitor Matheus’ testimonial for Musicā Oramus’ series on the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.

Presentation by Rev. Canon Benoît Jayr, Parish Administrator and Rector of St. Stanislaus Oratory, and testimonial by Josh Dieterich, Director of Religious Education at St. Mary’s Visitation Parish, (begins at 17:42 in Part 2) for Musicā Oramus’ series on the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.

Presentation by Rev. Canon Benoît Jayr, Parish Administrator and Rector of St. Stanislaus Oratory, and Josh Dieterich’s testimonial (begins at 17:42 in Part 2) for Musicā Oramus’ series on the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.

Second part of Josh Dieterich’s testimonial for Musicā Oramus’ series on the Extraordinary Form of the Mass.

Mary’s Angels Children’s Choir

Mary’s Angels Children’s Choir is open to all boys and girls in first through fifth grade. Members learn basic singing skills (intonation, breathing, diction, tone production, ear training, etc.) and learn about sacred music and the liturgy.

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Knights of the Choir Loft

Knights of the Choir Loft is open to all boys in 6th through 8th grade. Members learn basic singing skills (intonation, breathing, diction, tone production, ear training, etc.) and learn about sacred music and the liturgy.

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Musicā Oramus Conservatory

The Musicā Oramus Conservatory provides musical training to instrumentalists and vocalists who, in addition to receiving a comprehensive professional level musical training, also want to serve the Church through sacred music. The Conservatory offers private lessons, master classes, chamber music opportunities, and concerts by professional musicians for classical guitarists, violinists, cellists, pianists, organists and vocalists.

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December 11th, 2016, Musicā Oramus Conservatory Faculty and Friends Concert

by Juliette Williams | Berceuse Romantique (Caprice), Op. 9 by Fritz Kreisler

December 11th, 2016, Musicā Oramus Conservatory Faculty and Friends Concert

by Julie Shiely | Four Songs from Frauen-Liebe und Leben, Op.42, by Robert Schumann IV. Du Ring an meinem Finger

December 11th, 2016, Musicā Oramus Conservatory Faculty and Friends Concert

by Christopher Berry | Four Advent Chorales from the Orgelbunchlein by Johann Sebastin Bach 4. BWV 601 Herr Christ, der einge Gotte-Sohn