Gregorian chant is a form of monophonic, unaccompanied sacred song in Latin of the Roman Catholic Church. Gregorian chant developed mainly in western and central Europe during the 9th and 10th centuries. It is named after St. Gregory I, during whose papacy (590–604) it was codified.
Conversations with Christ
Our St. Dominic's Conversatio Christo Choir will lead a 30-minute Vespers in the Church, including Gregorian Chant hymns and the Rosary. These are monthly Vespers - comtemplative prayer evenings - in honour of the Holy Face, every First Sunday of the month at 7 PM in the Church.If you missed attending the formal evening of Gregorian Chant offered back in the fall, we encourage you to experience this very traditional form of prayer. There is no cost to attend these prayer evenings.Thank you to our Gold Sponsor below. If you would like to sponsor future fundraising concerts to spread the Holy Face Devotion, please fill out the Sponsorship Form:Sponsorship Form
A Devotion For Our TIme
The Holy Face of Jesus
In Tours, France during the 1840's a young Carmelite nun, Sister Marie of St. Peter, received a series of revelations from Our Lord about a powerful devotion He wished to be established worldwide—the devotion to His Holy Face. The express purpose of this devotion was to make reparation for the blasphemies and outrages of 'Revolutionary men' (the 1800s Communists), as well as for the blasphemies of atheists and others, plus, for blasphemy and the profanation of Sundays by Christians.For more on this devotion, you can read Secret of the Holy Face: The Devotion Destined to Save Society by Fr. Lawrence Daniel Carney III, as well as the League of St. Martin website.