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Very nice article, Mary Jane.

Mary Jane is a classmate from the Chant Institute last summer.

Back in my music days I used all sort of music from many styles. I am a composer and I composed music in many forms and genres. But I always used the psalms and the scriptures. I am curious as to when everthing turned around and the texts became so self-centered. It was not Vatican II that geve us permission for these texts.

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Thanks for your compliment, Fr. Jeff. However, you got my name wrong. (No real offense taken because almost everyone does.)

Are your compositions published or otherwise available?


Thanks for the name correction. But you didn't answer my question about your compositions.

My compositions are published by Resource Publications (RPI) in San Jose. Some of my better compositions are unpublished.

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