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Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Schola


Schola classes resumed today under the tutelage of Monsieur L’Abbé Michael Connaughten. I love the formal title for this dear seminarian, though most of the boys know him simply as FSSP Seminarian Michael Connaughten of Holy Family, Columbus.

Abbé Connaughten led the boys (and moms) in the Angelus (in chant) and then proceeded to conduct a review of past materials. The results: the students are progressing nicely.

Here are a few lovely photos. Especially notice the traditional clerical garments. Michael's dear mother stitched both the full length wool cape and the shoulder cape. If you are at all curious about traditional clerical garments, here is an excellent resource.

Our Schola Master:





The Angelus...


Such joyful faces...


Ave verum...


2 comments:

viking said...

Wonderful

Kimberly said...

Our schola master looks a bit like Don Bosco, does he not?