Posted by: ioannespaulus | April 13, 2010

Latin Level 1: Details of Next Session (2 of 9)

Date: Sunday, 18 Apr 2010
Time: 11.30am – 1.30pm
Venue: Church of the Risen Christ, St. John’s Room (Level 2)

Thank you for coming for the very first session of this new round of Latin Level 1. I hope you had a really enjoyable and edifying time!

In this next session, we will go through the history of sacred music, and more information on how to sing Gregorian Chant. We’ll finish up the Ave Maria, and then we’ll start on some fun and exciting stories in Latin!

I hope to be able to have some music played for you to hear, but if not, please take the time to listen to the following links:

The Hymn that Brought About Do-Re-Mi:

Sacred Polyphony (if you’ve never been introduced to it before)

Also, it’s still not to late to bring your friends. If they are coming, please let me know, so that I’d be able to print more notes and materials.

You will be receiving a starter-pack consisting of a prayer booklet and a Gregorian Chant hymnal. I hope to have the time to print them by this Sunday.

See you soon!

God bless!


  1. Looking forward to the next session.

    What would be really good would be sound recordings of the songs we are learning. Pater Noster is ok, but i can’t remember the Gloria Patri.

    • Hey!
      I’d love to do that, but I can’t find a youtube video or recording with that Gloria Patri.

      Hmmm… maybe i’ll record myself singing it and upload it soon!

  2. […] I just re-posted Veni Creator Spiritus if you’re interested to learn and practice the hymn. Also, if you’d like to hear more sacred polyphony or to the hymn that gave birth to Do-Re-Mi, the links can be found here. […]

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