I received an email from Fr. Scott Haynes, SJC, at St. John Cantius in Chicago. Biretta Books — the proceeds of which benefit St. John Cantius and the AMDG foundation — is having a sale on sacred music until January. I know that our readers are often in search of good sources of sacred music (and books) and thought I’d pass along his message to you:
Biretta Books (www.BirettaBooks.com) is having a special sale on select music CDs featuring the choirs and orchestras at Chicago’s historic St John Cantius Parish.
These select CDs feature the various choirs of St. John Cantius, recently voted America’s most beautiful church. On these CDs you will hear sublime polyphonic music such as the Miserere of Allegri, the famous Handel’s Messiah, the majestic Coronation Mass of Mozart, and some very fine Christmas music for choir, organ and orchestra.
These CDs make great Christmas gifts. And as you try to share your love for the beauty of the Sacred Liturgy, giving these CDs of sacred music is a simple and effective way to do it.
To take advantage of this offer use this promotional code in the shopping cart: clear
Samples of the work can be viewed at the videos below:
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