Sacred Music is a glorious and beautiful expression of prayer. In the Roman Catholic tradition, text and music corresponds to the mystery we celebrate, the structure of the rites, and the seasons of the liturgical year. In the course of the history of the Church, we have a rich heritage of musical styles including chant, polyphony, standard hymns, folk, and gospel, meditative contemporary tunes, simple melodies and rousing songs. Each style speaks to the heart of the faithful of various ages, cultural backgrounds and levels of faith. As we participate in the singing of texts of Sacred Scripture within the context of Sacred Mystery, it resonates within our hearts. Music sung together within the context of the sacred liturgy is a unifying force. Instrumental music inspires. Come and join us!


  • Cantors lead the psalm and assist the assembly’s singing for 4:30pm Vigil Mass and 8:30am Sunday Mass. We rehearse during the week as needed.
  • Our choir meets on Thursday evenings from September through May from 6-8pm. We lead the psalm, assist the assembly’s singing, and sing a prelude and meditation for the 10:30am Mass each weekend and on Holy Days.
  • Instrumentalists are welcome to join us at all Masses. We rehearse during the week as needed.


Call Lynda Trani, Director of Liturgy and Music at 414 762-0552