Traditional Gregorian chant - Veni Creator Spiritus




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Published on Mar 10, 2009


The Vespers hymn for the feast of Pentecost, Veni Creator Spiritus, sung by a group of seminarians.

This Gregorian chant piece is the Latin version of "Come, Holy Ghost", a common Catholic hymn used at Confirmations.

The seminarians immerse themselves in the timeless Liturgy of the Catholic Church, chanting the Hours of the Divine Office in common, and attending the Holy Sacrifice of Mass (Tridentine rite) every day. Each day is well ordered: Mass, prayer, study, recreation, and work. All seminarians learn Gregorian chant, and make use of it every day. They chant the Hours of Prime, Sext, Vespers (Sunday only), and Compline. There are Sung Masses (Missa Cantata) on all 1st and 2nd class feasts, and there is a Solemn Requiem Mass every month. Many seminarians own a personal copy of the Liber Usualis.

Some of their best chant has been recorded, which gave birth to the "Chant Compendium" series of Gregorian chant CDs.


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