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Last year for a Theology of Sacred Music course, Br. Evagrius wrote a paper on the principles of liturgical music. It was recently published by “Monastic Musicians”, and we wanted to share it with you. Read it online now.

Dear Friends of the Monastery in Norcia,   The monastery in Norcia is seeking a layperson to fill the position of Director of Communications. Please see the attached Job Posting and consider posting it on your website or sharing with anyone you think might be qualified and interested. Note that all inquiries and responses should…Read More

My dear friends, unfortunately time only allows me to share a few words with you today on this wonderful feast of Corpus Christi: in fact, Mass will finish in time so that we can participate in the Eucharistic procession through the streets of Norcia!   Yes, God will be in our streets! Not the president,…Read More

If a man loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father will love him, And we will come to him and make our home with him (Jn 14:23).   As on many preceding Sundays, today there is a long line for Confession, where many people wish to confess their sins before receiving Holy…Read More

On June 2nd — the day our CD officially releases! — EWTN will air a special on our community and a “behind the scenes” look at the recording process for the album. Experience the daily life of the Benedictine Monks of Norcia, and watch the recording of our new album, “Benedicta,” which contains ancient, never-before…Read More

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In the classic liturgical calendar, the feast of the Ascension always falls on Thursday, 40 days after the Solemnity of Easter. Since, in the actual calendar—at least in Italy and in other places—the feast has been transferred to the following Sunday, which is today, I believe it’s helpful, in this homily, to speak on the…Read More

In today’s epistle, St. James says: Be doers of the word and not hearers only (Jas 1:22). It is easy to be a hearer of many words and also to speak many words, however to be a doer of your word requires all of your being. It requires commitment and fortitude. It requires an effort…Read More

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