Texas Boys Choir to Perform FREE Concert at St. Paul's - March 18th

17 March 2014

"The Texas Boys Choir travels to Birmingham to present its 2014 Southeastern tour program on Tuesday, March 18. Artistic director Bryan Priddy will put the 51-voice SATB boychoir through its paces, presenting a full and varied concert. Highlights include settings of the Mass Ordinary texts beginning with early Ambrosian Chant and progressing to the Romantic period. This concert is sponsored by the Cathedral of St. Paul.

"The mission of the Texas Boys Choir (TBC) is to be a world-class boychoir, to develop personal excellence and to inspire a lifelong passion for choral artistry. Since its founding in 1946, the Choir has performed for Popes, Presidents of the United States, and for Kings and Heads of State. With multiple appearances on National Television and on radio broadcasts, winning numerous awards including two Grammys, and producing more than 40 professional recordings with Columbia, Decca and other independent labels, the Texas Boys Choir continues to earn its reputation as one of the premiere boy choirs in the world."

The concert being at 7 p.m. A free-will offering will be collected.

Children's Schola at St. Paul's Cathedral

13 March 2014

Birmingham News Features Blessed Sacrament—and its weekly Latin Mass—Among the "Ten Most Amazing Churches in Birmingham"

12 March 2014

Are these the 10 most amazing churches in Birmingham? See this Lenten list (Spiritual Journey)

Blessed Sacrament Mass Time Change

31 December 2013

The Latin Mass time for Blessed Sacrament Parish in Birmingham is changing. Beginning on January 1st, the Tradional Latin Mass will be offered at 10:45 a.m. on Sundays and most Holy Days of Obligation.

(Tomorrow's Mass for the Octave of Christmas on January 1st will begin at 10:45 a.m.)

Please check the parish website to confirm all Mass times.

Wanted:
Singers for the Blessed Sacrament Latin Mass Choir

02 December 2014

The Blessed Sacrament Choir is looking for singers! If you or anyone you may know is interested in singing Gregorian Chant or other traditional liturgical music at a Latin Mass, please email us directly (uvna@unavocenorthernalabama.com), or call the parish (205.785.9840).

The Latin Mass Is Growing in Alabama!

01 August 2013

Wow! It has been about six years since Summorum Pontificum! Five Latin Masses are regularly offered each Sunday in our diocese! We are blessed with one parish fully dedicated to the Traditional Latin Mass (Our Lady, Help of Christians - Hunstville), one parish that is shared by a thriving Latin Mass community and a Novus Ordo community (Blessed Sacrament - Birmingham), and one monastery exclusively dedicated to the Traditional Latin Mass (Christ the King - Cullman). That's one Latin Mass parish for every 2 years since Summorum! What's ahead for the next two years?

We are planning some really great events for the rest of this year and 2014. We are also exploring areas and parishes in which we could focus on establishing another Traditional Latin Mass in the long term.

So, this is a call out: If you live anywhere in Alabama, love the Traditional Latin Mass, and have been hoping for one in your area, we want to hear from you. Please email Una Voce (uvna@unavocenorthernalabama.com) with the following information: your name, reliable contact information (phone and/or email), your city or county, your parish, and anything else you would like to share. Please keep in mind that we need to focus on areas with the most interest, so remember to tell your friends and have them email us too!
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