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 Bill Deegan   USA  Mail
 Thu Mar 16 06:00 2006
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Thanks for the words to "Great and Glorious St. Patrick".
I've been searching for them for years!

 Vern Neufeld   Canada  Mail
 Wed Mar 15 02:13 2006
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It is great to have sites like this to help Gods people to Worship. The tradition that I grew up in shares hymns from the catholic traditon. We have recorded some (none that are part of the mass though), such as "Holy, Holy", "fairest Lord Jesus" and others. Feel free to listen to exerpts at our website www.vernneufeld.com

 Joseph Scoville   USA  Mail
 Tue Mar 14 23:54 2006
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God bless you for your excellent work. Because my sight-reading skills are not too good, I formerly spent hours at the piano, laboriously plunking out the notes. You have allowed me to learn the chants much more quickly and accurately. As Salieri said, "We mediocrities salute you!"
AMDG

 Araceli C. Molina   Philippines
 Fri Mar 10 14:30 2006
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More power to your website. Good to have you around!

 Anthony Robbie   Australia  Mail
 Tue Mar 7 13:35 2006
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If it wasn't for Plainsong Chant, I would never have come back to the Church. I am a regular visitor to your site.

Thank you
Pax tecum

 H M Donahue Graci   USA
 Tue Mar 7 02:50 2006
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Great and Glorious St. Patrick (Hymn sung on St. Patrick's Day or the closest Sunday to it at St. Charles Borremeo Church in Kellyville (Drexel Hill) Pennsylvania every March.

Hibernia's champion saint all hail, with endless glory crowned. The offspring of your ardent zeal, this day your praise shall sound. This day your praise shall sound. (chorus)

Chorus: Great and glorious St. Patrick, Pray for that dear country, the land of our fathers.
Great and glorious St. Patrick, harken to the prayers of thy children.

Born on the wings of charity, to Erin's coast you flew. Bade Satan from her valley flee and his dark shrine o'er threw, and his dark shrine o'er threw. (chorus)


 H M Donahue Graci   USA
 Tue Mar 7 02:43 2006
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Born on the wings of charity, to Erin's coast you flew. Bade Satan from her valley flee and his dark shrine o'er threw, and his dark shrine o'er threw.
Chorus: Great and glorious St. Patrick, Prayer for that dear country, the land of our fathers.
Great and glorious St. Patrick, harken to the prayers of thy children.
Hibernia's champion saint all hail, with endless glory crowned. The offspring of your ardent zeal, this day your praise shall sound. This day your praise shall sound.

 Marion Tharsis   Malaysia  Mail
 Mon Mar 6 19:02 2006
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Keep up the good work!

God Bless you.

 Bertrand   France  Mail
 Fri Mar 3 05:09 2006
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Thank's for your songs and for your site, it will train myself to sing better during the holy and traditionnal mass!
In prayer Union. Deo Gratias !!
God bless you.

 Errol McGrath   India
 Wed Mar 1 18:30 2006
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Your site is absolutely splendid ! The Latin Hymns seem to have been lost in antiquity in my country. Thanks you for taking me on a trip down memory lane to my altar boy days AND for rekindling the love of Jesus within me. It is difficult to hold back the tears. God bless you.
Errol McGrath.

 Mary Pat Kengmana   New Zealand  Mail
 Wed Mar 1 13:55 2006
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I'd like to use your song, "TU ES SACERDOS by Aloys Desmet,
together with your organ music for a webpage our diocese is developing for vocations. How do I get permission for that?

Thank you very much.

 Fr. jim Morgan   USA  Mail
 Tue Feb 28 03:32 2006
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Thank you for your wonderful site. All of the wonderful memories of my youth came flooding back and brought tears to my eyes and heart. Thank you again.
Jim servant, friend, brother

 Roland Desormeaux   United States of America  Mail
 Fri Feb 24 04:46 2006
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Thank you so much for Je Suis Cretien. I sang it at my first communion in the 40's.

Can not seem to copy the whole text. I get line one of verses 3 and 6 and nothing beyond. What am I doing wrong? Thanks.

 Crist Fabre   Brazil  Mail
 Wed Feb 22 03:18 2006
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I love this site. It's marvelous. But I would like to have the song's lyrics of the CD: The prayer of the church - produced by David Phillips.
Thank you a lot.
God bless you

 John Dutton   Zebbug, Malta  Mail
 Mon Feb 20 06:18 2006
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What a wonderful web site - God Bless You!
It is now a favourite of mine!

 Gloria   USA
 Mon Feb 20 03:48 2006
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The is site is wonderful. I plan to use this wonderful music for the Stations of the Cross as we enter the Lenten Season. I was so suprised to find this music, because I can't find it in any of the "modern" hymnals.

 Roberto de la Rosa   Guatemala  Mail
 Thu Feb 16 08:22 2006
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Lets write a letter to the Pope to not abandon the Gregorian Chant.
Why they have thrown it away?

It is the basis of western music!

 Roberto de la Rosa   Guatemala  Mail
 Thu Feb 16 08:20 2006
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Why the catholic church has thrown away thousands of years of music culture produced by itself when it is known that they have taking advantage of the surrounding cultureto have used.
Why we don write a letter to the Pope?

Is it forbiden to say a mass with prayers and songs in latin.

 Dan Damon   USA
 Tue Feb 7 10:49 2006
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How wonderful! I stumbled on this searching for music of Thoms Tallis. I'm sitting here alone in my kitchen singing along these great old favorites.

Though I longed for Vatican II when John XXIII called for it, and followed it thoroughly, the subsequent years seem to have brought some pretty banal stuff to light....

 J. Leung   Canada
 Sun Feb 5 01:37 2006
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Thank you for posting chinese traditional catholic hymns on your site. You know, being born after Vat II I don't know any of those hymns as they have changed them to suit the "spirit of Vat II".

Old hymns are way better! They lead you to praise God instead. Deeper meaning then merely "Singing to the Mountains.. etc"
In JMJT,
Jon

 Fr. Geoffrey G. Attard   Gozo-Malta  Mail
 Sat Feb 4 05:29 2006
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This web-site is grand. I like to visit it in the evenings when I have time and hear some beautiful Marian hymns. AD JESUM PER MARIAM! Keep it up!

 Debbie J. Peleo   USA  Mail
 Fri Feb 3 01:14 2006
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I would like to know if you have any hymn(s) for Our Mother of Perpetual Help. Thank you!

 Eric Olsen   Philadelphia - United States  Mail
 Mon Jan 30 08:40 2006
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Really greate site! Very helpfull!

 Mike Conroy   Scotland  Mail
 Sun Jan 29 02:49 2006
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Really excellent

 Mike Conroy   Scotland
 Sun Jan 29 02:48 2006
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This is a gem of a site. The range of material is very extensive. A lot of work congratulations. Can these Midi files be downloaded in any way that they can be the put on audio CD

 Tim M   CANADA  Mail
 Sat Jan 28 03:30 2006
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Is there any way I can download some of these MIDI's and put them on a CD? I like to take them along with me in the car or @ home during meditation where there is no computer.
Thanks et Dominvs Vobiscvm.

 Tim M   CANADA  Mail
 Sat Jan 28 03:28 2006
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Wow. This is the best chant website I've ever visited- well done! It's very helpful and spiritual too. I wish the parishes here in North America did more chant and traditional hymns instead of singing Protestant music. Thanks for keeping the western apostolic culture alive.

 Rich Czyz   USA - Michigan  Mail
 Wed Jan 25 13:08 2006
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We have several Nigerian priests serving our diocese and would like to learn some Catholic hymns which are sung in their home country. We'd like to make them feel at home by surprising them with a few songs during the liturgy they preside at.
Thank You and God Bless!

 Margi     Mail
 Wed Jan 25 00:06 2006
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Looking for the words for "Hibernia's champion Saint all hail"

 Jeremy de Satge   England  Mail
 Mon Jan 23 21:41 2006
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Is it possible to download the MIDI files for Missa Cum Jubilo on to a computer? If not, would you consider emailing these to me?

 Br. Charles TOSF   United States  Mail
 Sun Jan 15 02:39 2006
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This site is most helpful for teaching hymns to the choir. A wonderful asset.
Thank you.

 DAVID FUENTES   ESPA
 Mon Jan 9 01:55 2006
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EXCELENTE TRABAJO, VERDADERAMENTE EXCELENTE.

 Pasquale   Italia  Mail
 Sat Jan 7 23:53 2006
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Complimenti per il materiale che diffondete. Vorrei sapere se possibile ancora trovare il LIBER USUALIS? Come potrei fare per acquistarlo?
Grazie

 Cristhian   Panama
 Tue Jan 3 07:06 2006
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Thank's for this site, you keep well our universal tresaure. Keep maiking this beautiful work of conservgate the sacred music

 Bob Dolan   USA  Mail
 Sat Dec 31 10:08 2005
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Your site is very wonderful. It appears that our new Holy Father is favorably inclined to retain the treasures of our traditional sacred music and your outreach should be gratefully received by all.

 Grace Leung   Hong Kong  Mail
 Sun Dec 25 09:39 2005
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I have just started learning Gregorian chants.This is a great website. It helps me to practise reading the notes and also getting familiar with the melody. continue with the good work. May God bless You all

 Miguel gel Erguera, pc L.C.   Mico  Mail
 Wed Dec 21 10:32 2005
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Adveniat Regnum Tuum!

I am a precandidate for the Legion of Christ, I will be a priest, so thank you for the hymns of "Veni Creatore Spiritus" and the "Alma Redemptoris Mater". May The Lord Be with you!

Per Regnum Christi Ad Gloriam Dei!

 Keleabetswe   South Africa
 Tue Dec 20 18:48 2005
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I was surfing the net for catholic hymns and i came across this site... it's one of the BEST and most thought out well site before it could be used. When i played the midi, it took me back to the years when i was still young, going to church with my granny and also my school years as i schooled at a catholic scool ( St Mary's ), think of all the old priests and nuns around the school premises... Oh, it feels so GOOD!!! I am GLAD to be a CATHOLIC and PROUD to have been born into a catholic family.

 David Majinge    Tanzania
 Tue Dec 20 01:08 2005
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GOd bless you for this Great work.
Thank you so much for all of these lovely hymns.
As a Roman Catholic I love and appreciate each and every work yo are doing to spreed the word of God.
Again GOD bless you

 David Majinge    Tanzania
 Tue Dec 20 01:01 2005
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This is admireable work.
A witness of faith.
May God bless everyone spending time to make and sustain this page.
Request: if possible we get also some African especialy East Africa

 Maria     Mail
 Sun Dec 18 05:20 2005
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Nice!

 Mark   USA  Mail
 Sun Dec 18 00:45 2005
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What a beautiful, historically rich and well done website.
This site is a treasure trove of melody and history.

In may of 1976 when I was on a european tour after gradauating from college, I once attended a weekday mass in Paris, France at the Notre Dame cathedral. I heard a piece of music there that was so beautiful, it has haunted me all the rest of my life. So much so that I keep searching for it. Does anyone know how I might research the music used at such a mass? Sites like yours give me hope that someday, I might still find it!

 Ivo Grantins   Latvia
 Thu Dec 15 16:43 2005
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This is admireable work. A witness of faith. May God bless everyone spending time to make and sustain this page. Omnia ad maiorem Dei gloriam.

 Petrus Ochwal   Polonia
 Mon Dec 12 00:55 2005
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Deo gratias per sito vostro!

 Claire Poissant   Quec, Canada  Mail
 Sat Dec 10 04:08 2005
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Ma soeur est mourante, et je voulais retrouver les paroles du cantique Je mets ma confiance.
Merci cette prie m'accompagnera dans ces moments difficile

 Philip Ajibogun   Nigeria  Mail
 Fri Dec 9 23:50 2005
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Visiting your site first time, and i find it good. God bless you sir.

 Gideon Kakabin   Papua New Guinea  Mail
 Fri Dec 9 18:48 2005
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The Hymns are very beautiful. I hope you do not mind
my downloading the christmas songs. May God bless you.

 Lucia Tam   Canada  Mail
 Fri Dec 9 13:36 2005
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There are many hymns in the Liturgy of the Hours, but I am not sure where to find the melodies for them. Also, how to chant for the feast days.

Your help is most appreciated.

L. Tam



 Anthony Faria   Canada  Mail
 Thu Dec 8 04:30 2005
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I am trying to obtain a very old Catholic hymn that was sung at novenas in Advent.It is called "Benidita Sejaes".
Please respond.
Thank you.
A.Faria

 Palozzi Quintilio   ITALIA  Mail
 Mon Dec 5 17:40 2005
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servizio eccellente!

complimenti e grazie!

 Francisco Pereira   Cabo Verde  Mail
 Mon Dec 5 05:07 2005
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Gostei bastei.
Foi uma surpresa quando pude ouvir melodias que quando seminarista entoava.
Parabens

 JosRicardo Chaves   Brasil  Mail
 Mon Dec 5 04:08 2005
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Agradeci a Deus por ter encontrado este precioso site. Tive oportunidade de ouvir belsimas e tradicionais micas em gregoriano.
Divulguei o que vi e me encantou, para que outros, apreciadores da mica sacra possam juntar-se a voc e a mim no louvor ao Senhor.
Obrigado.

 Yusuke Kato   Japan  Mail
 Sat Dec 3 12:35 2005
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Thank you for your wonderful music.
This is one of the greatest site I have ever visited.
Please keep up with your splendid work.
Thank you.

 Edward Vaughan   South Africa  Mail
 Thu Dec 1 21:40 2005
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I came across this wonderful site when I was looking for
Catholic Hymn cords for the organ.
thanks.

 Wiktoria   Australia
 Mon Nov 28 17:36 2005
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Great job. God bless you!

 Carmela   Canada  Mail
 Sun Nov 27 14:38 2005
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Thank you for putting the music for Pitie, mon Dieu on the web. I was looking for it because St. Therese of Lisieux wrote one of her poems to fit the melody (a poem about Joan of Arc). Imagine, St. Therese might once have sung this hymn.

 Enilson Pereira Pontes   Brasil  Mail
 Fri Nov 25 07:49 2005
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SALVE MARIA!

A PAZ DO SENHOR ESTEJA COM VOCES.

PARABENS POR ESTE SITE T CELESTIAL. CONTINUE COLOCANDO MAIS NOVIDADE DE HINOS.VOCES PODERIAM COLOCAR OS HINOS DE S SEBASTI,SANTA CECILIA,SANTO ANTONIO E OUTROS PADROEIROS, VOCES PODERIA COLOCAR HINOS FRANCES DE:HERMANN,P.DONIS,GIY,A.GUINET,N.BOUSQUET,CHOIX DE CANTIQUES,G.RUWDEL,L.LAMBILLOTTE,J.ARNOUD, M.HALLER E OUTROS.

ABRA FRATERNO

 Dominic   India
 Wed Nov 23 17:23 2005
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Its a lovely sight,it is very helpfull as it reflects the rich traditions of our catholic faith thru its music.
all the very best ,keep up the good work

 Jan van den Belt   The Netherlands  Mail
 Mon Nov 21 00:08 2005
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I am very happy to have found this website. Since our choir master fell ill, i have been asked to direct the church choir. But being just a singer, I am not always certain what is exactly the right tune. Thanks to your site next Advent we will be able to sing Rorate caeli impeccable. And many other hymns.

 Joachim Selle   Deutschland  Mail
 Sun Nov 20 05:14 2005
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eine wunderbare Neumenlekte

 Henry Chatioseh Kweku   Ghana  Mail
 Wed Nov 16 20:19 2005
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Very nostalgic. Reminds me of my youth and my association with the Catholic church. Well done.

 Tim Heywood   UK
 Mon Nov 14 18:00 2005
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Wow - this is such a wonderful resource. The tranquility of chant is beginning to transform my experience of the liturgy, and I am struggling to learn to read old notation. Your combination of the extensive library and the MIDI files is accelerating my learning. May God bring you the peace you are bringing me!
Tim

 Santa Pecoraro   USA
 Sun Nov 13 12:41 2005
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Great website! We were looking specifically for the Easter propers in the Liber and found this website after a google search. It's nice that the audio files accompany each proper. Thanks!

 Lago, Mario   USA  Mail
 Sat Nov 12 11:00 2005
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I am looking for traditional hymns sung in Italian at Mass on cd or tape.

 Ralph Millare   USA
 Tue Nov 8 15:26 2005
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I was looking for traditional hymns for our Christmas midnight mass when I encountered this excellent web site. Thank you so much!

 Roy D'Oliveiro   Australia
 Mon Nov 7 16:05 2005
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Thank you very much for this wonderful site - for the music and the lyrics! Keep up the good work and God bless you!

Roy

 andres sibaja   costa rica
 Thu Nov 3 04:12 2005
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very goog!!! Beautifull page

 Miwako Fujiwara   Japan  Mail
 Fri Oct 28 00:54 2005
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I'm looking for a shop that sells the Liber Usualis that has the instruction in Latin (,not English).
If anyone has information concering this, please let me know.
Thank you!

 Alex Cunanan   Philippines  Mail
 Tue Oct 25 01:19 2005
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This is a Great Site for the Tridentine Latin Mass to practice the songs. How i wish it could be back again in some regions here in the philippines It is the Most Solemn Mass and The Most Holy of all masses and the Real Presence of our Lord in the Eucharist. We have the Latin Tridentine here in the Philippines at the Most Holy redeemer Parish in Masambong Q.C. Santuario de Santa Philomena. Thanks Very Much for this Site.

 Jennifer Chou   Hong Kong & Australia
 Sun Oct 23 23:44 2005
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votre collection est super, tout est magnifique et tres practique. je l'aime beaucoup!

 Thierry Bard   France
 Fri Oct 21 05:14 2005
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Un tr beau site Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam.

 Onyeomastone   Ghana  Mail
 Thu Oct 13 23:13 2005
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Am looking for a nice hynm for my friend Dr Nwaguy Maga he lives at Ogbe Oye.

 Jayson M. Leones   Manila, Philippines
 Thu Oct 13 21:32 2005
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Mabuhay! wow, excellent website! a best quality of Roman Catholic Traditional Hymns and still preserved up to the present. How I wish they put more traditional hymns so that we could feel the solemnity of a purely genuine Gregorian Chants.

God Bless!
LAUDETUR JESUS CHRISTUS ET MARIA MATER EJUS!

 Valentinos Mavrohanna   Cyprus  Mail
 Wed Oct 12 23:01 2005
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Dear Friends,
I am a Catholic-Maronite from Cyprus.I have visit today this EXCELLENT WEBSITE!!!CONGRATULATIONS

 Padre Helcimar Sardinha   Brasil  Mail
 Tue Oct 11 08:04 2005
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Gostei muitsimo do site, atporque aqui no Brasil hcarcia deste tipo de servi.No entanto, gostaria de ouvir n apenas a melodia mas tamb as vozes,jque canto gregoriano por escutar, n por partituras.Obrigado

 Htor   Spain  Mail
 Fri Oct 7 18:38 2005
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La pagina es de muy buena calidad, os felicito. Me gustar saber si pueden enviarme por e-mail la partitura gregoriana del Ece quam bonum. Desde ya muchas gracias.

 Theresa Ventura   U.S.A.  Mail
 Fri Oct 7 05:41 2005
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Excellent, for those of us who have just recently joined the choir - Latin Tridentine Mass. Thank You.






 Eze Owerri   USA  Mail
 Tue Oct 4 03:22 2005
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A very nice site keep it up

  Thomas J. Serafin     Mail
 Sat Oct 1 15:28 2005
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Can I use the music in a DVD I am making of a relic veneration?

 Michelle   Tanzania  Mail
 Fri Sep 30 17:40 2005
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very beautiful. Cant put in words....

 Thomas Murphy   Ireland  Mail
 Wed Sep 28 04:02 2005
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I'm a longstanding fan of this excellent website.Could I encourage everyone interested in the Traditional Latin Liturgy to write to their Bishop about it (again) and to:

Sua SantitBenedetto XVI
Palazzo Apostolico,
00120 Cittdel Vaticano,
ROMA, ITALY.

e-mail: benedictxvi@vatican.va

and to:

Dar, Cardinal Castrill Hoyos,
President, Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei,
Piazza del S. Uffizio, 11,
00120 Cittdel Vaticano,
ROMA, ITALY.

God bless!

 Sister Irene   Republic of Ireland
 Mon Sep 26 10:04 2005
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What a great blessing to find this website! Thank you for this gift. I was looking for the Antiphons of Our Lady to use for the Little Office, but I'm nevertheless delighted to have found so many traditional hymns and the proper of the Mass.
Deo Gratias et Mariae!
Sister Irene
www.catholic-church.org/hermitage

 + Marcus   United Kingdom
 Sun Sep 25 22:14 2005
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I really enjoided visiting your web site. Certainly It will be on my favourite list. May blessing of Almighty God be upon all those who are involved in this magnificent work. May Our Mother of Perpetual Succour protect all of you.
"She died as She lived, certain of eternal glory" St Alphonsus.
Deo Gratias et Mariae!

 Ferdinand   Manila,Philippines  Mail
 Sun Sep 25 02:21 2005
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Galing! in Filipino it means excellent.
I like that gregorian chant very much
I rarely hear this in the modern mass
by the way Im in my twenties and tired of many
unkind and restless music that sorrounds me.
Keep up the good work.
Mabuhay!

 Olivia Donaldson   
 Sat Sep 17 10:54 2005
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Thank you so much for all of these lovely hymns. As a Roman Catholic I love and appreciate each and every one!

 Kathryn Calamita   USA
 Fri Sep 16 06:48 2005
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Thank you for these beautiful hymns. I have been missing them for ages!

 Rudy Ulloa, Jr.   USA
 Thu Sep 15 11:04 2005
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One of my biggest passions is Gregorian Chant. Before I owned the Liber Usualis, I often viewed your website for the images to the hymns, which displayed the square musical notations common to Gregorian Chants. Your site is still helpful because when I need to have a copy of the hymn, I can save the image, decrease the size, then print it out for my personal use. Often, I used the midi's to help me learn the chant in comparison to its "sheet music". Thank you very much for having such a nice compilation of these hymns on one site. The best on the Internet!!

 Cyril   Malaysia
 Wed Sep 14 00:32 2005
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Is it possible to have all the hymns found in the Traditional Roman Hymnal published by SSPX District of Canada? Your site has been of tremendous help in improving our chapel's singing. Keep up the good work!

 kevin crotzer   usa  Mail
 Wed Sep 14 00:21 2005
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i have enjoyed the great selectioon of traditional hymes on your sight. thank you very much! god bless

 Nina Mays   USA
 Sun Sep 11 07:08 2005
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I was reading a question in ewtn.com's Catholic Q&A forum for "General Questions". The questioner asked for words to the hymn, "Jesus, Thou Art Coming". They were given a link to your website and that is how I discovered it. What a gift! Thank you for providing the words AND music for those of us whose who don't read musical notation. I will joyfully share this information with my family and parish music director. Thank you again!

fyi, here's the ewtn.com post that led me here:

http://www.ewtn.com/vexperts/showmessage.asp?Pgnu=1&Pg=Forum12&recnu=10&number=445611

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Old Catholic hymn
Question from liam o'brien on 8/10/2005:

I am looking for the words of the hymn that i had to learn for my first holy comnunion in 1953 the words start Jesus thou art coming, holy as thou art thou the god who made me to my little heart.

Answer by David Gregson on 8/26/2005:
Here are the words to Jesus, Thou Art Coming.
http://romaaeterna.web.infoseek.co.jp/basil/sb098.html




 Laurie J. Lusignan     Mail
 Thu Sep 1 04:07:56 2005
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Thank you for your site.Listening to some of the hymns in French brought back many childhood memories.As a French-Canadian I went to a French parochial school for elementary school.I enjoyed finding your web site.
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